Finn Harps edge tight contest

Bray Wanderers 0 Finn Harps 1

A late Stephen Parkhouse penalty greatly eased Finn Harps' relegation worries at the Carlisle Grounds tonight.

Harps edged a poor first half, creating the best chance on 36 minutes.

Declan Boyle's clearing header put Parkhouse through on goal, but the shot was well saved by the feet of Alan Gough.

Daryl Robson rattled the Harps' bar from long-range on 70 minute before Harps snatched their winner nine minutes from time.

Mark Duggan was harshly adjudged to have pulled down Boyle and Parkhosue scored from the spot.

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