Wanderers out of FAI cup

Bray Wanderers 0 Cork City 1

FAI Cup, Carlisle Grounds, 12 August 2017.

Wanderers lost goalkeeper Peter Cherrie through am injury in the warm up. Lee Steacy came in to start in goals.

Wanderers started well with Ryan Brennan heading just wide on 11 minutes from a Karl Moore cross from the left. On 17 minutes, Sadlier broke free down the left for Cork and crossed to Sheppard who turned the ball just outside the right hand post. Minutes later Sheppard had another chance when he shot across the goal and narrowly wide.

Bray had two good chances just before half time. Ryan Brennan looped a header just over the bar from a Mark Salmon cross. Brennen then shot low across the goal and inches wide of the post.

Ten minutes into the second half Cork were awarded a penalty when Shane Griffin was brought down by Aaron Greene. Sadlier hit his penalty low to the left but Lee Steacy brilliantly turn the ball around the post.

Wanderers joy was short lived as Sadlier made amends and scored his first goal for Cork. Shane Griffin fed Sadlier on the left and he fired past Steacy to give Cork the lead.

With a minute remaining, Gary McCabe curled a free kick over the Cork wall which forced McNulty into saving as the ball was heading for the top left-hand corner

Bray Wanderers: Lee Steacy; Keith Buckley, Karl Moore, Conor Kenna, Tim Clancy, Mark Salmon, Darragh Noone, Jason Marks, Ryan Brennan, John Sullivan, Aaron Greene, Subs: Ger Pender (for Marks 59), Gary McCabe (for Noone 63), Kevin Lynch (for Salmon 82), Hugh Douglas, Anto Flood, Jake Ellis, Ryan Coulter.

Cork City: Mark McNulty; Conor McCormack, Ryan Delaney, Robbie Williams, Shane Griffin; Steven Beattie, Greg Bolger, Gearoid Morrissey, Garry Buckley, Kieran Sadlier; Karl Sheppard.

Subs: Achille Campion (for Beattie 61), Conor McCarthy (for Williams 81), Jimmy Keohane, Steven Dooley, David Coffey, Conor Ellis, Alan Smith.

 

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