Wanderers notch second win

Wanderers notch second win

Drogheda United 0 Bray Wanderers 2

Bray may wish to play all their games in Louth as they earned only their second win of the season in the wee county.

Bottom side Bray had won at Dundalk back in April and never really looked in danger against second bottom Drogheda who finished with nine men.

Bray weathered the early Drogheda onslaught to take the lead ten minutes into the second half when John Mulroy fired home from a Danny O'Connor pass.

Jake Kelly added the second on 70 minutes with a stunning volley from Daire Doyle's cross.

Drogheda had both defender Corie Treacy, for a straight red card, and midfielder Eric McGill, following two bookings, sent off within the last five minutes.

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