Bray break losing streak with 2-1 win

Bray Wanderers 2 Derry City 1

Bray came from behind to win for the first time in five games tonight.

A shocking goal after just three minutes saw Bray behind. Gavin Whelan's back pass to keeper Alan Gough fell short and the alert Mark Farren, who hit a hat-trick midweek, nipped in to score the easiest of his ten league goal of the season.

But Bray struck back to level on 20 minutes when substitute Colm Tresson rose to head home Alan Calwey's free-kick.

Bray then went ahead five minutes later when Ger Rowe robbed Eddie McCallion of the ball to shoot to the net.

Farren missed a penalty on 47 minutes while Kevin Deery rattled the Bray bar late on as Wanderers held on for a big win.

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