Quinn and Co can shoot Vinnies men to victoryEVENING HERALD DUBLIN SFC FOURTH ROUND
UCD v St Vincent's
(O'Toole Park, Tomorrow, 3.45)
A TIE that could spark a waterfall of memories. Vins and the students could be forgiven for humming the Vera Lynn classic, 'We'll Meet Again...'
They have come up with some classic CDs over the years. And the compact Crumlin venue could well see another one tomorrow afternoon.
The Belfield boys ensure that it's always a hard hour's work for the opposition.
College play with the spirit of the parish.
Vins left it behind them against Plunkett's. That game was in the pocket.
Mossy was finding the pockets from all over the table against Trinity Gaels last time out as he continues to be one of the top performers at club level in the county year in, year out.
His personal tally of 1-9 (1-0 pen, five frees) was what brought the Marino men victory against Trinity Gaels.
Rory Stapleton, Eoin Brady, Willie Lowry and Ger Brennan will keep the fridge door closed. However, All-Ireland winner Brennan is an injury concern and if he fails to start it would come as a huge blow to the Vinnies cause.
Tiernan Diamond carries the application of a Welsh miner, and then there's the grace of Kevin Golden and the pace of Ciarán Dorney.
Diarmuid Connolly kicked two points last time out and will take some watching by the UCD defence.
The Dublin 4 side contain some five-star pedigree -- Conor Carthy, Peter Kelly, Donie Kingston, Tommy Warburton and Matt O'Hanlon ... and with 'Billers' on the sideline they will have their homework done on Vinnies.
There will be a big crowd heading over from Marino. And both sides will have to empty the petrol tanks to get through this one.
LAST YEAR -- UCD: Quarter-final. St Vincent's: Semi-final.
LAST TIME SFC WINNERS -- UCD: 2006. St Vincent's: 2007.
SFC 2011 -- UCD: Beat Pat's (P). Beat Fingal Ravens. St Vincent's: Lost to Plunkett's. Beat Mearnóg. Beat Trinity.
VERDICT: St Vincent's