Crumlin United Summer Cup
Two brilliant Dylan McGrath strikes helped free scoring Firhouse Clover reach the last four of the Crumlin United Cup.
Clover hit Skerries for six to make it 13 goals in their last three games, but McGrath got them on their way with two quality efforts.
The standout performer for the Tallaght side opened the scoring with an audacious lob from the edge of the area registering a goal of the season contender to break the deadlock.
That goal gave the FAI Intermediate finalists a half time lead which McGrath doubled soon after the break with another fine solo effort.
Conor Maguire then struck his first goal making to extend the advantage to three. Maguire’s effort was another eye catcher as he ran from within his own half before slotting home.
Lorcan Paten volleyed in a fourth before Conor Byrne added the fifth with a nice finish into the bottom corner.
Maguire rounded off the Firhouse scoring with his second of the game.
Lorcan Patten registered consolation for FAI Senior Cup first round side Town.
Clover now march on to the semi finals on Thursday evening where we will play the winner of this evenings quarter final between Bluebell United vs St. Francis.