Tramore came from behind twice to take this game to extra-time and penalties and they were extremely grateful to Robbie Phelan as he was the player who equalised twice for the Seasiders against the team who are managed by the former Blues manager, Tommy Lynch, Carew Park.
Playing with home advantage, Carew took the lead through Pa Doyle in the first half. Robbie Phelan levelled the game with a great volley only for Mark Slattery to regain the lead for the Limerick side.
Phelan struck once again fore Tramore to take the game into extra-time, but it took a penalty shoot-out to separate the sides and Tramore won that contest 4-1.
That man again, Phelan, scored the first Tramore spot kick. Sean Browne, Zac Shanahan and Leigh Quilty also found the net for a Tramore team who will now travel to Limerick once again in the next stage and a game against Pike Rovers.