Killester United-1 (AET)
Cheeky Stephen Chambers chipped Killester United in the third round of the Metro Cup on Friday night.
The classy midfielder more than held his nerve when he was afforded the chance to settle the tie in the away sides favour after Eoin Mooney was fouled in the area.
Chambers pulled out a panenka in extra time to send the 10 men past LSL Senior 1 side Wayside Celtic.
Killester started came out firing and in the first three minutes had three efforts saved. The exciting Reece Weldon then forced the home net minder into another save after bursting into the box and letting fly.
The visitors continued to dominate but a Lenny McMillian red card before half time gave Wayside hope.
Killester consulted their bench early in the second half and despite being a man down continued to have the better of the chances.
Sean Rodgers and John Brophy both tested the keeper while Celtic looked a threat from set pieces thanks to Ross Zambra’s deliveries, but neither break the deadlock.
A brilliant Evan Whelan save going into the last 15 minutes meant the tie remained level going into the latter stages and things were level in terms of playing numbers just three minutes later as the hosts had a player sent off.
Extra time followed and before penalties could arrive Mooney won a spot kick that Chambers converted to give Killester their second successive extra time win.