Bohs put Bray to the sword

Bray Wanderers 0 Bohemians 3

Paddy Madden rediscovered his goal touch as Bohemians took out their Champions League frustration on bottom side Bray as they raced into a 2-0 lead inside 14 minutes on their way to a fourth win in five league games.

Madden put Bohs in front on nine minutes when rifling home the rebound after his first shot had been saved by the feet of Brian Kane.

Five minute later, a mistake by Bray defender Derek Prendergast was clinically punished as Gareth McGlynn and Aaron Greene combined to play Madden in to casually sweep the ball past Kane.

Killian Brennan added a third goal five minute into the second half when working a short corner with Paul Keegan before scoring in off a post with an angled shot.

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