Bray's revival continues

Bray Wanderers 4 Galway United 0

Jake Kelly scored twice as bottom side Bray's revival continued apace with their biggest win of the season.

Kelly won the penalty for his opener on 36 minutes when he was held back by Ireland under-21 international Seamus Connelly.

Kelly was involved as Gary Shaw made it 2-0 on 59 minutes for the teenager's second goal in as many matches since joining the club.

Winger Kelly was there again on 75 minutes to beat three defenders and cross for Dean Zambra to shoot home his first senior goal.

Kelly duly had the final say with the fourth goal on 84 minutes when Zambra returned the compliment for Kelly to shoot past a dejected Barry Ryan.

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