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27 Jun 2022

Bonagee away to Cork in Women’s FAI Intermediate Cup semi-finals

The Dry Arch side have been paired with Douglas Hall in the semi-finals

Bonagee United reach first ever FAI Women's Intermediate Cup semi-final

The Bonagee United side who took on Sportslink in the FAI Women's Intermediate Cup quarter-final

Bonagee United have been handed the long road to Women’s FAI Intermediate Cup glory.

The Dry Arch side were paired with Douglas Hall from Cork in the semi-final draw.

Bonagee will have to make the long trek to Moneygourney to face the 2013 Intermediate Cup winners.

Bonagee overcame Sportslink FC on penalties in their quarter-final after a 3-3 draw.

Goals by Amanda Callaghan and Bronagh Gallagher had Bonagee 2-1 up in the dying moments, but Sportslink flipped the game on its head, levelling late in normal time and going ahead early in extra time.

However, Caoimhne Herron’s goal took the tie to penalties with Bonagee winning 4-2 on spot kicks.

Douglas Hall also won their quarter-final on penalties, overcoming Killenaule Moyglass after a 1-1 draw.

The semi-finals are pencilled in for the weekend ending June 26.

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