FAI Intermediate Cup
Geoff Doyle fired home a stunning winner as Dublin Bus stopped Bluebell from advancing along the Road to the Aviva.
The Bus have proved a good cup side in recent seasons and won the Metro Cup against the odds last season, but even this victory would have come as a surprised for the Coldcut faithful.
Bell came to the ground as not just firm favourites to win the game, but were fancied to win the tournament outright.
However, Doyle, whose brother Paul coached Tolka Rovers and Cherry Orchard to finals in the competition, ensured it was Dublin Bus and not the Senior Sunday title hopefuls who progressed to the open draw.
Bluebell had the better of the opening 30 minutes. The top flight side saw more of the ball and had half chances via the likes of Garreth Cooney, Dean Ebbe and Keith Quinn.
However, just seconds after it looked like a break through was coming when Ebbe had a close range header saved the home side took the lead.
Some good play down the left hand side from Gareth Kenna allowed jack Brady to head into the path of Dylan Byrne, unable to get a shot away Byrne laid the ball to geoff Doyle on the edge of the box. Bluebell rushed the close down the former Cherry Orchard midfielder, but he let fly and found the corner with bullet strike.
The hosts had to defend as Bluebell attempted immediate response, but managed to get to half time with their lead intact.
In the second half both teams pushed and both keepers were forced into saves. Bluebell did have an effort disallowed for offside and Dublin Bus did have to defend in the latter stages.
However, its the Bus who drive into the next round and the open draw.