Shane Barnes scores for Cabinteely. The visitors finally get the breakthrough as they work the ball to Barnes bursting into the box and he rifles a low shot in at McCabe's near post.
There will be a minimum of four minutes added as Cabo line up a free kick on the right touchline.
Into the final minute and, though Cabo huff and puff, they can't find a way through the Shels deep defence.
Shane Farrell scores for Shelbourne. Shels take the lead we *think* it's Shane Farrell with the goal. Keeley misjudges a long ball on the wing and Farrell races in behind. He takes his time to work inside and flashes a low shot into the corner. Karl Moore certainly tried to get a touch on it but, as he seemed to be offside, it's likely the ball went straight in.
So close to the opener for Shels as Conan Byrne runs in from the right and hits a left-footed shot that takes a deflection, taking it away from McGuinness, but just clears the post.
Good work by Kilduff to see off challenges from Knight and Keeley to dig the ball out to Conan Byrne on the wing, and he is on the end of the resulting cross, but it's a little too high for him and he can't steer it on goal.
The ball has spent a lot of time in the air tonight. Make of that what you will.
Those two substitutions have finally given Shels a bit of momentum in this half and Pat Devlin has quickly followed suit by bringing on Alex Aspil and Yuta Sasaki, who has scored off the bench in each of his two Cabo games to date.
First shot in anger for Shels this half and it comes via one of the substitutes as Farrell plays Conan Byrne into space on the right and he darts inside before curling a left-footed shot straight at McGuinness.
Controversy here as Paul Fox does brilliantly to dance into the box and goes down under Oscar Brennan's outstretched leg. I'm not sure how much contact there was, but referee Keith Kennedy is unimpressed. Fox reacts angrily and, in the melee, both Tuite and Fox are booked.
English has been more involved down this right side but his end-product has been poor, this time a weak cross that Knight easily cuts out.
It's been all Cabo since the break and this time Jack Watson drops a shoulder and ghosts inside McKenna, but his shot from 20+ yards is always rising.
Kevin Knight is down clutching his face after an aerial challenge with English. Didn't seem to be anything intentional involved, but he gets the free kick.
Another shot on target from Cabinteely as Keeley strides forward and shoots from just inside the Shels half, but it's straight down the throat of McCabe.
And what a huge chance that is for Cabo as it's worked through to Manley and, from a tight angle, he forces a good low save from McCabe, and the follow-up from Fox is blocked by Friel. Big let-off for the league leaders.
Chance for Cabo right at the start of the first half as Paul Fox darts onto the left and plays a through ball for O'Neill to run onto. His pull-back is cleared, but only as far as Fox, and his shot is deflected over the bar.
Visitors have played the nicer football so far but Shels have been more effective when they've been able to get Kilduff in the game. Still scoreless though.
One minute to be added here.
Shels have the ball in the net as Kilduff bulldozes his way through Tuite and Keeley before side-footing home... but the flag is up as the striker pulled back Keeley in doing so.
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A good run inside from Zak O'Neill and he opens up space for a shot. He hits it well but his own player, Rob Manley, gets in the way and the move breaks down.
James English hasn't had many chances to be involved wide on the right so far. He's picked out by a long ball from Aidan Friel but he can't keep his cross in play.
Fitzgerald lines up a free kick on the right-hand corner of the box but McGuinness watches his free kick all the way wide.
Cabo win a free kick as McKenna takes down Zak O'Neill on the break, and is cautioned for his troubles, but Dalton flights the free kick straight to McCabe.
A nice disguised outside-of-the-boot pass from Keith Dalton as he tries to set Jack Watson clear but the midfielder takes his eye of it just as he hits it and the balls run through to McCabe.
Glorious evening for it!— Macdara Ferris (@macdarabueller) July 12, 2019
Glorious evening for it!
And it really should be 1-0 for Shels as Conor Keeley is caught in possession by Shane Farrell and the striker has a clear run on goal, but he takes too much out of the ball and McGuinness races out brilliantly to save, and Kilduff is denied by a good tackle from Keeley on the rebound.
Another set-piece for Shels but this time a bti of deception unlocks the Cabo defence, McKenna playing short to Moore on the edge of the box and he crosses first-time for Kilduff, but McGuinness gets across well to bat the ball clear. All Shels at the moment.
Chance of the game so far falls to Ciaran Kilduff as Lorcan Fitzgerald finds space on the left and sends in a deep first-time cross the back post. Kilduff turns it back goalwards but he's stretching and skews his shot over and wide.
A bouncing ball hops over Jack Tuite and Shane Farrell is nearly onto it, but Knight does just about enough to put him off and the ball rolls out for a goal kick.
First chance for Cabo as top scorer Rob Manley tries his luck from the edge of the box and he beats Colin McCabe in the Shels goal but the ball comes back off the crossbar, and Manley glances a header wide from the resulting cross.
Bohs assistant manager Trevor Croly has just arrived.
Shels have had plenty of set-piece ball but have struggled to beat the first man, usually Knight. Daniel McKenna is the latest to try and flight the ball in but it's easily repelled.
Northern Irish guest officials here at Tolka Park today,. Keith Kennedy takes charge, assisted by Stephen Donaldson, Kirstin Hanna and Evan Boyle.
Stephen McGuinness forced to come out of his box as Moore and Kilduff chase down a long ball, and he wins the header cleanly. Shels get to the loose ball and Farrell drives to the endline, but his cross skews wide.
The initial delivery is headed clear by Cabo's new re-signing Kevin Knight, but they lose the second ball and it falls to Daniel McKenna on the left and his cross is glanced just past the post by Dan Byrne. That was a good chance.
Good ball up the channel from Lorcan Fitzgerald to pick out Shane Farrell wide on the left, and he wins the corner.
No real pattern to the game so far but Shels having marginally more of the ball so far, but it's still scrappy.
Shelbourne straight on the attack early doors but it's scrappy and Cabo manage to turn it over.
Hello and welcome to Extratime.ie's coverage of the Premier Division game between Shelbourne and Cabinteely, one of four games across the two divisions tonight. I'm Dave Donnelly and you can reach me on Twitter @YeSecondPost or HQ @ExtratimeNews.
Good evening folks and welcome to Extratime.ie's live updates of Shelbourne vs Cabinteely at Tolka Park.
Dave Donnelly will take you all through tonight's action here at the Richmond Road venue