Crumlin United Summer Cup
Craig Walsh produced a moment of magic to set up a mouthwatering Crumlin United versus Bluebell United final.
There was little between Malahide and the tournament hosts in Thursday semi final, but the former League of Ireland player produced something special to settle the tie in Crumlin’s favour.
The victory sets up a intriguing final as the joint favourites for the Senior Sunday title and old rivals battle it out in the first ever Crumlin United Summer Cup final.
The two big name amateur clubs will battle it out at 2:30 in Pearse Park on Saturday.
Senior Sunday side Malahide gave as good as they got in the semi final, but like Crumlin they missed some good chances.
Going into the final few minutes penalties looked on the cards as the deadlock remained intact.
However, Walsh, who was at Bray for two games this season, popped up with a sublime lob to send Crumlin into their own final.
There was a minutes silence ahead of the kick off as a mark of respect for Firhouse Clover Club member who sadly passed away.