FAI Cup First Round Draw
The draw was made last night for the first round of the FAI Cup, and it's thrown up some interesting ties for Cork sides.
Cobh Ramblers will host the holders Dundalk.
Ramblers fans will be hoping they can pull off another shock, following their win over the Lilywhites in last season's EA Sports Cup semi final
LEAGUE OF IRELAND CUP FINAL CLASSICS:— Domestic Ireland (@DomesticIreland) August 18, 2018
This year in the semi-finals we had one of the biggest shocks in recent League of Ireland history as current holders Dundalk were knocked out by 1st division Cobh Ramblers, best of luck to both Cobh Ramblers & Derry City in this year's final pic.twitter.com/zpE1opMoar
Elsewhere Cork City will go to Cabinteely, Cobh Wanderers will entertain Limerick while Avondale United will go to Drogheda United.
Those ties will take place the week ending August 11th.
The draw in full:
UCD v Letterkenny Rovers
Shamrock Rovers v Finn Harps
St. Patrick’s Athletic v Bray Wanderers
Cobh Wanderers v Limerick
Maynooth University Town v Waterford
Lucan United v Killester Donnycarney
Bohemians v Shelbourne
Cabinteely v Cork City
Cobh Ramblers v Dundalk
Crumlin United v Malahide United
Collinstown v Galway United
Longford Town v Athlone Town
Glebe North v Sligo Rovers
Derry City v Wexford
St. Michael’s v Glengad United
Drogheda United v Avondale United
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