A late penalty from Glen Crowe saw Bohemian FC claim their place in the final of the FAI Cup with a 2-1 semi-final victory over Derry City FC on Sunday.
Liam Coyle put Derry ahead seven minutes before the break, but Bohemians held their nerve and drew level when Trevor Molloy equalised in the 52nd minute. Chances came and went for both sides, before Crowe emerged as the hero of the hour, slotting home from the penalty spot with just five minutes remaining.
Bohemians now take on Dundalk FC in the final after their convincing 4-0 over Shamrock Rovers FC on Saturday. Dundalk eased through to the final thanks to a double strike from Garry Haylock, and further goals from Martin Reilly and James Keddy.
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