The development site comprises the old Capitol Cinema, Central Shoe Store, Vineyard Bar and adjoining buildings onto St Patrick’s Street, as well as the Oyster Tavern which will be restored to its original use as a restaurant and bar.
UCD had struggled to contain Shine from the early stages and the former Glasgow City forward, who lifted the trophy in 2013 while playing for Raheny United, provided the most lethal threat.
The Students, back in the final after a three year absence and chasing their first success since 2004, could have few complaints as they failed to spark on the big occasion.
During a second half in which Cork defended robustly, UCD’s best chance of equalising came from a misjudgement by goalkeeper Amanda Budden on 67 minutes.
5 November 2017; Cork City WFC players celebrate at the final whistle following the Continental Tyres FAI Women's Cup Final match between Cork City WFC and UCD Waves at Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile The Cork-born striker scalped pre-match favourites UCD Waves by latching onto Katie Mc Carthy’s through ball on 34 minutes before rounding goalkeeper Brooke Dunne and firing in with her weaker left foot from an acute angle.
When she came under pressure when casually dribbling the ball outside of the penalty, her attempted clearance fell straight to the feet of Catherine Cronin.