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Mossy bags a hat-trick for Vincents and Brogan goals stun Ballymun as Plunkett's march on

Parnell Park plays host to both of today’s quarter-finals.

Image: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONS St Vincent’s have eased past a fancied a Templeogue Synge Street in today’s quarter-final.

Mossy Quinn bagged a hat-trick as his team replicated last season’s form with a second-half scoring blitz.

The two teams actually went in all square at half-time with a first-half Templeogue goal leaving the score 1-6 to 0-9.

But Mossy would steal the show in the second-half and he finished yet another template performance with 3-4.

Alan Brogan 31/8/2014 Alan Brogan found the back of the net today. Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

First half goals from James and Alan Brogan ensured that St. Oliver Plunkett’s booked their spot in the Dublin senior football championship semi-final with an eight-point win over Ballymun Kickhams in Parnell Park today.

With Dean Rock’s free-taking giving Ballymun a one point lead mid-way through the first half, James Brogan grabbed the first goal of the game on 14 minutes before Alan increased their lead to five – 2-4 to 0-5 – with a second maximum just five minutes later.

While Ballymun worked their way back into the game before half-time Bernard Brogan kept the points ticking over for the underdogs as they ran out comfortable winners.

Dublin SFC quarter-finals -

St. Oliver Plunkett’s 2-12 Ballymun Kickhams 0-10
St Vincent’s 3-20 Templeogue Synge Street 3-09

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