Kilbarrack United exited both the Leinster Junior and FAI Junior Cup over the weekend.
The LSL new boys lost to McKelvey Celtic on Friday night to exit the Leinster Junior and officially departed the FAI Junior before the weekend was out.
Kilbarrack were included alongside Ayrfield United in the fourth round draw with confusion reigning as to whether or not the pairs third round clash had to be replayed or not.
That confusion stemmed from the fact the former AUL Premier A side’s was cut short by 7 minutes after flood light failure in Greendale Road.
When the lights went out that night Aryfield were winning 2-1 and looked odds on to progress, but the referee had no option but to call a halt to proceedings.
Ayrfield felt they deserved to be in the fourth round draw, but had to wait until a decision was made by the FAI Junior council.
That replay or not decision was made over the weekend and Ayrfield have been confirmed as fourth round participants.
The LSL Major 1 Sunday side will now host Enfield Celtic or Clondalkin Celtic knowing victory will get them to the open draw.
Kilbarrack will be gutted be to exit the tournament this early particularly as they will have hopes of entering the Intermediate ranks next season, meaning this year could have been their last chance to return to an Aviva hosted junior decider.