Penalty costs UCD victory against Bohs

UCD 1 Bohemians 1

A controversial penalty cost UCD a big win as Bohemians escaped from campus with a point.

Neale Fenn was Bohs' main threat in the first half, heading off the bar early on before bringing a good save from Matt Gregg on 34 minutes form Glen Crowe's flick.

But College snatched the lead on 75 minutes when Bohs failed to clear a corner and Patrick McWalter headed home.

Bohs hit back within two minute when Crowe appeared to trip himself up with UCD defender Alan Mahon in close proximity.

But a penalty was given and Killian Brennan scored to earn Bohs a point.

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