Dundalk Into Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup Final

Dundalk’s bid for a domestic league and cup double remains on-track after booking their place in this season’s FAI Cup final. The Premier Division leaders claimed a 2-0 win over Longford Town in their semi-final at Oriel Park. The Lilywhites will now face the winners of Sunday’s semi-final between Bray Wanderers and Cork City. Meanwhile, Galway United have eased their way out of the Airtricity League Premier Division relegation zone. Two goals from Enda Curran in the space of two minutes in the second-half helped the home side to a 2-1 win over Sligo Rovers tonight which helps them to overtake Drogheda United and Sligo and move out of the bottom two. Mitchels Avenue have advanced in the Munster Junior Cup with a penalty shoot out victory over Mastergeeha. They were 5-4 victors on spot kicks after the match ended 2-2 after extra time. There’s action tonight in Group B of the Continental Tyres Women’s National League Shield. Galway host Peamount United, while Castlebar Celtic visit Morton Stadium to face Shelbourne. Both matches will kick-off at 7.