Zayed strike not enough

Drogheda United 1 Galway United 1

Eamon Zayed scored for the fourth match running, but it wasn't enough to keep Drogheda's winning run going.

Galway stunned Drogheda to take a fifth minute lead. Shaun Maher's headed clearance form Ciaran Foley's cross fell for Jonathan Keane who fired past Jamie Ewings.

Drogheda continued to struggle in the first half, but hit back after the break to level on 65 minutes.

Richie Baker sent over a cross and Zayed scored with a spectacular diving header.

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