Waterford FC 2 Bray Wanderers 2
Bray maintained their unbeaten start to the EA SPORTS MU14 LOI Eddie Wallace Cup campaign by playing out a 2-2 draw.
But they were denied victory at the SETU Arena on Saturday afternoon away to Waterford by a last minute penalty.
The Blue’s went ahead in the first period through a Bobby Keohan penalty.
Having begun Group A with a 4-1 home success over Wexford last week, Wanderers restored parity in the second period.
Charlie Byrne lobbed over the home goalkeeper after capitalising on a defensive error.
With ten minutes to go, the Wicklow side went 2-1 up.
Aaron Kelly sent over a left footed inswinging free kick with was powered to the net by Josh O’Leary’s back post header.
But in the last minute of normal time, the Munster team were awarded another penalty – harshly awarded for handball – which Keohan converted.
Bray Wanderers: Kai McSwiggan; Evan Lynch, Ryan Butler, Joshua O’Leary, Emanuele Vaticone; Aaron Egan, Louis Rothwell; Joshua Henderson Finn, Alexander Emakhu, Matt Dennehy; Daniel Oluwadara Olusola
Subs: Jamie Lynch, Albie Tormey, Harry Grainger, Charlie Byrne, Aaron Kelly-Mladin, Nate Long.
* Elsewhere in the section, Cobh Ramblers defeated Wexford Fc 3-0 at Ferrycarrig Park while CK United overcame Kerry FC 5-3 at Mounthawk Park.
The results mean Cobh lead the way on six points. Bray and Waterford are on four points. CK united have three points while both Kerry and Wexford are pointless after the first two games.
* Bray are due to host Kerry FC on Saturday June 3 next at Ballycorus.