Bohemians continue cup march

Bohemians continue cup march

Bohemians 3 Bray Wanderers 0

Superbly taken goals from Mark Quigley, man-of-the-match Raffaele Cretaro and substitute Aaron Greene eased in-form Bohemians into the semi-final of the FAI Ford Cup as Bray finished with 10 men at Dalymount tonight.

Quigley broke the deadlock to give Bohs a deserved lead on 21 minutes when he collected Cretaro's pass to rifle a stunning shot past Matt Gregg from all of 30 yards.

Killian Brennan threaded Cretaro in for Bohs' second goal on 53 minutes before Bray's night was all but over two minutes later.

Defender Shane O'Connor was shown a straight red card for a rash challenge on the speedy Cretaro who looked clean through on goal from Quigley's pass.

Cretaro then spun superbly to play Greene in to round Gregg and slide home the third goal on 79 minutes.

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