Bohemians’ match-winner Georgie Kelly was delighted to secure a ‘big day out’ for the club’s supporters by sealing their place in the Extra.ie FAI Cup final.
The striker scored an 88th minute winner against Waterford on Friday to ensure Bohs’ progression from the semi-finals.
The Dublin club is in its first FAI Cup final since 2008 and will take to the Aviva Stadium to fight for the trophy for the first time.
‘I don’t know how to put it into words, it was a mad game,’ Kelly told RTE after the match.
‘Just look at the scenes here after it, unbelievable. It wasn’t pretty but we’re delighted to get to the final.
‘What it was all about, it’s more about memories for people and for fans here and to get a big day out now in the Aviva with maybe 20,000 Bohs fans it doesn’t really matter what the result is.
‘People will tell you different but it’s all about that day out for me. That was what I was thinking.
‘You want to make the season special and end on a high and thankfully we’ve done that.
‘We’re just delighted to get over the line.’Internet Explorer Channel Network