Non-League team in LSC Semi again


Usher Celtic have made it through to the Leinster Senior Cup Semi-Finals.

It's the seventh time in the eleven seasons the Cup has been contested since the series was broken for ten years from 2000 to 2009 that a non-League team has played in the Semis.

They could be joined by Crumlin United, who face a stiff test against Bohemians in their Quarter-Final fixture.

Bray Wanderers' match against Shamrock Rovers has yet to be fixed, as have the rest of the Quarter-Finals.

One match is still undecided from the Fourth Round: Dundalk's appeal against their removal from the competition for failure to fufill their fixture against Shelbourne has succeeded, and that match is now to be arranged.

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