Bray Wanderers continue fine form

Bray Wanderers continue fine form
Bray Wanderers goalkeeper Peter Cherrie celebrates with Dylan Connolly at the Carlisle Grounds. Photo by David Maher/Sportsfile

In the Airtricity League Premier Division, Bray Wanderers have continued their fine run of form.

The Seagulls are up to sixth in the table after a 2-1 win over Bohemians tonight at the Carlisle Grounds.

First-half goals from Ger Pender and John Sullivan secured all three points for Bray, despite Keith Buckley's late goal for Bohs.

Meanwhile, UCD trashed their hosts Waterford United 8-1 at the RSC in the First Division.


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