Cork back on form after beating Bray

Bray Wanderers 0 Cork City 3

Bray slumped to a second 3-0 defeat on the spin as Cork got back to winning ways.

Cork stormed into the lead after just 74 seconds and had the game won by half-time.

Bray failed to clear a corner and Darren Murphy and John O'Flynn worked the ball back across goal where George O'Callaghan shot home from close range.

Dave Mooney chipped home Cork's second on 32 minutes from Patrick Sullivan's pass as Bray had no answer to a rampant City.

Skipper Dan Murray added the third two minutes later to end the game as a contest when shooting home off a post from O'Flynn's cross.

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