Another hopeful was sent home on MasterChef Ireland last night leaving just four to battle it out for the title. Warning! Spoiler Alert!

38-year-old Sinead Considine from Dublin failed to impress the judges Dylan McGrath and Nick Munier along with guest chef Nathan Outlaw last night during a foraging task and later during a masterclass with Outlaw.

The contestants first got to visit the smallest of the Aran Island, Inis Oirr, where Enda Connelly from the South Aran Cookery School taught them how to forage on the seashore. After a masterclass in how to fillet a fish the final five were tasked with replicating Outlaw’s signature dish, roast salmon with crab mayonnaise and sea vegetables. Sinead was criticised for her dish being too salty and it was decided that she would be the latest to be sent home.

Afterwards she said she was delighted she made it to the final five and will continue to chase her foodie dreams.

Terry Lyons, Brian Topping, Nicha Maguire and Tamarin Blackmur will now fight it out for the title.