Could do little about the goals and apart from picking the ball out of the net three times, had little else to do.
The experienced defender couldn't deal with the speed and movement of the UCD attacking quartet and was often found wanting.
Couldn't live with the pace of Clarke and the UCD forwards and failed to organise his younger teammates.
Was probably Bohs' best player and looked dangerous every time he was in possession. Created the hosts' only goal and was unlucky to end up on the losing side.
Had an unusually shaky game at the heart of the defence and will be disappointed at the goals that were conceded. Also missed a guilt edge chance to pull his side level.
Extremely ineffective on the wing and saw little of the ball throughout.
The midfielder's evening lasted just five minutes as he hobbled off with a hamstring in the opening exchanges.
Was largely anonymous throughout and was poor defensively after getting a vote of confidence by his manager.
Had another assured game and beginning to show signs of his former self. Capped off an impressive performance with an expertly taken goal which he placed perfectly into the net.
Was handed an opportunity to impress from the outset due to the absence of Lyons but was guilty of wasting a couple of glorious opportunities
Would have been eager to show his former employers what he's capable of but simply didn't receive the service to make his mark on the game.
Martin Russell is still very much undecided on his number one and on this showing McGinley could well return to the bench next week. He flapped at everything that came his way and was to blame for the opening goal.
Made his long awaited return from injury but his presence did little to shore up a leaky UCD defence. Seemed to be a little off the pace at times which wasn't surprising given his last start came ten months ago.
Another solid display from the right-back. Was a constant threat going forward but is defensive abilities are still questionable. His positional play and rash decision making often let him down but did make a couple of crucial interventions.
Reunited with his centre-back partner, O'Connor shone at the back with some well timed tackles, blocks and interventions as well as scoring his sides' second goal.
Another effective game for the midfielder who did his job well by giving the back-four protection while needed while got forward at every opportunity.
Struggled to make an impact and perhaps found himself out of position as the game passed him by.
Was UCD's stand-out performer with a brilliant game. He seemed to be everywhere and his fierce shots caused problems all evening and it was his free-kick which supplied O'Connor with the winning goal.
The 19-year-old has really come into his own this campaign and impressed again. His set-pieces caused problems all evening and set-up Morrison's equaliser with a deadly in-swinging corner.
Has had a disappointing spell in Belfield since joining from Bohs a couple of seasons ago but is getting back to his best and repaying his manager's faith. However, had a quiet evening and was replaced in the second half.
The striker had arguably his best forty-five minutes in an UCD shirt which was capped off with a clinical finish to crucially get his side back into the game. Unfortunately was forced off at the break through injury.
Has stepped up to the plate in recent weeks following the departure of David McMillan and showed why he's so highly rated with some lovely touches and exchange play. Sealed victory with his sixth of the season.
After enduring a frustrating campaign to date, the defender got his chance to impress the new manager against his former club but was then taken off with a couple of minutes to go.
Wasn't on long enough to make an impact.
Thrown on in desperation with a couple of minutes remaining.