All square at Morton Stadium

All square at Morton Stadium

Sporting Fingal 2 Bray Wanderers 2

Jake Kelly scored twice for the second match running to lift Bray off the foot of the table for the first time in six months.

Alan Kirby fired Sporting in front after just two minutes.

But Bray pressure eventually saw them level on 21 minutes when Kelly's shot squirmed under keeper Darren Quigley and into the net.

Kelly then shot Bray in front on 34 minutes when the ball broke to him inside the area for his 13th goal of the season.

Sporting battled back in the second half and deservedly levelled on 59 minutes when former Bray striker Eamon Zayed tapped home the rebound when Conan Byrne's shot came back off a post.

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