Bohemians 0 Bray Wanderers 0
Premier Division, Dalymount Park, 4 August 2017.
Lee Steacy made his first start in goals in place of the suspended Peter Cherrie. 16-year-old Jake Ellis from the under 17 team was named on the substitutes bench.
Darragh Noone had Bray’s first chance in the sixth minute following a cross from Ryan Brennan, but Fuad Sule blocked his shot.
On the quarter hour former Bray under 19 player Oscar Brennan went past three Bray players before Clancy denied him with a sliding challenge. On the stroke of half time Darragh Noone’s free kick went across the face of the Bohemians goal with no Bray attacker able to reach it.
On 50 minutes, Ryan Brennan shot from close range, forcing Supple to parried it away. Neither team threaten the opposition goal in the remaining minutes and Wanderers will be happy with a point to end a four-game losing run.
Bohemians: Shane Supple; Derek Pender, Rob Cornwall, Dan Byrne, Dylan Hayes; Georgie Poynton , Fuad Sule, Oscar Brennan, Lorcan Fitzgerald; Ishmail Akinade, Dinny Corcoran.
Subs: Keith Ward (for Corcorcan 55), Paddy Kavanagh (for Fitzgerald 67), Ciaran O’Connor (for Poyton 78), Kian Clarke, Ian Morris, Eoghan Morgan, Philip Gannon.
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: Gary McCabe (for Noone 74), Ger Pender (for Marks 78), Kevin Lynch (for Sullivan 87), Derek Foran, Anto Flood, Jake Ellis, Ryan Coulter.
Match Report: Michael Duffy
Pictures; Conor Ryan