Match report v. Galway United

Galway United 1 Bray Wanderers 2

Premier Division, Eamonn Deacy Park, 23 June 2017.

On ten minutes, Aarion Greene set up Ryan Brennan who forced Winn into a save. Wanderers took the lead on 18 minutes when Anto Flood headed in from a Gary McCabe cross after his initial corner was cleared back out to him. Conor Kenna had the ball in the net a couple of minutes later but the goal was ruled out by the offside flag.

Wanderers doubled their lead on 26 minutes. Keith Buckley’s cross fell to Mark Salmon and he fired past Winn. Galway’s best chance of the first half came from Eoin McCormack who robbed Keith Buckley and shot just wide of post.

Galway pulled a goal back on 78 minutes. A Ronan Murray corner was headed home by Stephen Folan. Aaron Greene went close late on from a free kick.

Galway United: Conor Winn; Colm Horgan , Stephen Folan, Lee Grace; Gary Shanahan, Gavan Holohan, Ronan Murray, David Cawley, Gary Kinneen; Padraic Cunningham, Eoin McCormack. Subs: Paul Sinnott, Alex Byrne, 1Vinny Faherty (for Cunningham 75), Conor Melody (for Shanahan 76), Aaron Conway, Kevin Devaney (for McCormack 70), James Tierney (gk)

Bray Wanderers: Peter Cherrie; Keith Buckley, Kevin Lynch, Conor Kenna, , Hugh Douglas, Mark Salmon, John Sullivan, Gary McCabe, Ryan Brennan, Anto Flood; Aaron Greene. Subs: Dylan Connolly (for Flood 67), Jason Marks (for McCabe 82), Derek Foran, Tim Clancy, Ger Pender, Darragh Noone, Lee Steacy (gk).

Referee: Paul Tuite

Report: Michael Duffy