Dearbhaile Beirne tries to grab a consolation for the home side but can only find the side netting.
Leanne Kiernan scores for Shelbourne Ladies FC. Kiernan finds herself one-on-one again and shoots past Turner to seal her hat-trick.
Leanne Kiernan scores for Shelbourne Ladies FC. Shels engineer a three-on-one and Kiernan rounds the keeper for her second.
Kiernan is sent through again but the striker is hesitant once more, and Dunbar does brillianly to get back and clear the danger.
Noelle Murray scores for Shelbourne Ladies FC from the penalty spot. Atkinson goes hunting for her hat-trick but, after cutting inside McGovern, she's caught by the defender's trailing leg. The captain makes no mistake from 12 yards.
Kiernan is sent through on goal and looks set to grab her second but tries to walk it in and she's crowded out, and Graham shoots the loose ball wide.
Niamh Prior lobs in a cross that's not dealt with decisively by Turner, but the keeper makes up for her error with a good save from Rachel Graham.
An invtiing Kiernan cross is well cut-out by Dunbar with Murray waiting to apply the finish.
Fiona Donnelly scores for Shelbourne Ladies FC. Kiernan finds space down the left and unselfshly tees up Donnelly for a tap in when she could have scored herself.
A great run from Kiernan down the left sees the Cavan teenager tee up Donnelly, but her shot is straight at Turner.
Good interplay between Atkinson and Kiernan opens up a sight of goal for the latter, but her shot is well saved at the near post by Turner.
Donnelly dispossesses UCD defender Caolan Carroll but her shot is over the top.
Donnelly chips over the top for Kiernan, who is clear on goal but her shot cannons back off Turner's face - any means will do for the UCD keeper. From the resulting corner, Gleeson heads over.
Atkinson doubles her tally as UCD fail twice to clear their lines, and the winger cuts inside before powering a shot past Turner.
Kiernan pumps in a deep cross towards Murray, but the captain can't force her header goalwards.
Shels are immediately on the attack and Kiernan squares for the substitute Fiona Donnelly, who drives marginally wide.
Isibeal Atkinson scores for Shelbourne Ladies FC. Atkinson charges down Dunbar's clearance and has a free run on goal before rounding Turner and slotting into an empty net.
Murray finds space outside the box and runs laterally before setting herself for a shot on her right foot, but she lacks the power to trouble Turner.
Mooney drives in from the right wing and shoots to the near post but she can't find the target.
A great chance for Kiernan as she gets on the end of a cross at the back post but she can't steer it on target.
Atkinson does well to whip in a cross from the left but it whistles past the post with Kiernan poised to pounce.
Dearbhaile Beirne finds a rare bit of space on the left outside Mooney but her cross is cut out.
Isibeal Atkinson's corner is only cleared to the edge of the box to Alex Kavanagh, but the Ireland under-19 midfielder's cushioned volley is well saved by Erica Turner.
Murray feeds Kiernan, who is crowded around the endline but manages to cut inside, and her shot is blocked by a UCD defender.
Roisin McGovern's free kick is cleared as far as Sinead Gaynor on the edge of the box, but the UCD midfielder can't find the target with her shot.
A quick free kick from Jess Gleeson finds Kate Mooney in space out on the right, but her cross is headed clear.
Leanne Kiernan scores for Shelbourne Ladies FC. A lovely weighted ball over the top from Noelle Murray finds Kiernan, who takes a touch before pulling the ball back across UCD keeper Erica Turner.
A Shelbourne free kick isn't fully cleared by the UCD defence and the ball breaks to Alex Kavanagh, whose left-footed shot skews off-target.
Shels have been dominating possession so far but are yet to create anything fluid, though Rachel Graham goes close with a through-ball that just fails to find Noelle Murray.
A corner from UCD captain Chloe Mustaki is headed clear and Shelbourne break quickly through Leanne Kiernan. She's taken down unceremoniously by Aisling Dunbar, who receives the first caution of the game.