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# The Late Late Show
Sullivan the hero as 94th-minute winner brings an end to Bray's 10-match losing streak
Derry City left the Carlisle Grounds empty-handed.
# five star performance
Corcoran scores four as Bohs sweep Bray aside
Keith Ward created a glut of chances for Corcoran to show his classy finishing.
# demotion
Bray Wanderers effectively relegated following Limerick loss
Only overturning a goal difference of 25 goals and winning their final four games will be enough for the Seagulls to survive.
# Back In The Game
Rovers climb back up to a European spot with a comprehensive win over Bray
Goals from Ronan Finn, Dylan Watts and Brandon Miele guaranteed all three points for Stephen Bradley’s side.
# Lilywhites
Dundalk return to Premier Division summit as Lilywhites stroll to victory on the seaside
Goals from Pat Hoban, Robbie Benson and Dylan Connolly saw Dundalk ease past Bray Wanderers on Friday.
# The Rebel Army
Sheppard double helps champions City ease to victory against struggling Seagulls
John Caulfield’s side kept pressure on Dundalk at the top of the Premier Division.
# Seagulls
Struggling Bray secure important win days after announcing all players available for sale
Bray Wanderers put their recent woe aside with a spirited 2-1 victory at home to Sligo on Sunday afternoon.
# firing blanks
More frustration for Waterford as they drop points in stalemate by the seaside
A goalless draw suits Bray more, as they look to pull clear of the relegation zone.
# Seagulls
Second-half flourish sees Bray stun off-form Saints
It’s a third defeat on the trot for the Saints as they spurned the chance to go fourth.
Setback for high-flying Waterford as Bray secure last-gasp point
The Blues trailed after just three minutes to a Dan McKenna header.
# Report
Boost for Bohs as they dispatch lowly Bray
Substitute Eoghan Stokes sealed a victory for the Gypsies 16 minutes from time.
# Upset
Bottom-of-the-table Bray end Derry's 9-match unbeaten run
A Ronan Coughlan secured a surprise victory for the struggling Premier Division club.
# Boost
Struggling Bray claim first win of the season at 10-man Shamrock Rovers' expense
Ronan Coughlan landed the decisive blow against the Hoops in the 53rd minute.
# On The Road
Dundalk on the double as they see off gutsy Bray to maintain top spot
Pat Hoban and John Mountney bagged the goals.
# Sli Move
McAleer on the double for Sligo as winless Bray remain stuck to the bottom
Two first-half goals gave the visitors all three points.
# Byrned to a Christy
Two early strikes give Pat's lift-off as they emerge from Bray with three points
Goals by Conan Byrne and Christy Fagan were enough to seal an impressive away win at the Carlisle Grounds.
# sore
Shamrock Rovers left Greene with envy after former player grabs stunning winner in Bray
Awful weather conditions didn’t help the players and one goal was enough for the home side to steal the victory.
# Cherrie On Top
Cherrie saves stoppage-time penalty to earn Bray a point in six-goal thriller
Galway snatched a late point at the Carlisle Grounds – but it could have been even better.
# Report
Bray secure hard-earned point after difficult week as pressure increases on Limerick
The Wicklow side have been at the centre of match-fixing allegations in recent days.
# crucial
16-year-old makes cameo appearance as Bray conjure confidence-boosting win
Jake Ellis was introduced late on as the Seagulls got a much-needed win at home to Drogheda.
# FAI Cup
Sadlier atones for penalty miss to keep Cork's double dream alive
The attacker scored the only goal of a tense FAI Cup tie against Bray at the Carlisle Grounds.
# 5-goal thriller
A bizarre week gets worse for Bray as Harps hand 10-man Seagulls home defeat
Goalkeeper Peter Cherrie was sent off in a 3-2 loss at the Carlisle Grounds.
# Fond farewell
Another Maguire masterclass as the City striker waves goodbye to the League of Ireland
The Preston-bound attacker put on a show against Bray Wanderers.
# seaside stroll
Standard Patrick McEleney 30-yard lob the highlight on difficult night for Bray
Robbie Benson grabbed a brace in Dundalk’s 3-0 victory.
# seaside resort
Late drama as Bray snatch victory over Derry and reclaim third spot in the table
Tim Clancy was the hero for the hosts – just as he was when the sides last faced each other.
# shared spoils
Sligo show character and twice come from behind to earn entertaining point by the seaside
Aaron Greene and Dylan Connolly twice put Bray in front but a brace from Michael Leahy ensured a 2-2 draw.
# Gypsy king
Dinny's delight! Bohs come from behind to stun Bray courtesy of Corcoran brace
Keith Long’s side picked up a huge three points despite Tim Clancy’s opener at the Carlisle Grounds.
# On the up
Seagulls soar to second despite draw at home to Saints
It was an entertaining game in Bray.
# on form
McCabe keeps scoring as Bray pull off first league win in 18 attempts over Rovers
The Dubliner hit two tonight.
# big mc
Galway can't seem to buy a goal as Gary McCabe delivers again to continue Bray's ascent
It was a third win in seven days for Wanderers.
Limerick back to winning ways as Bray stumble again
An early goal from Paul O’Conor was enough to secure all three points for the visitors.
# wing men
Flying start sees Bray return to winning ways against 10-man Drogheda
Early goals from Aaron Greene and Dylan Connolly secured the three points for the home side.
# High five
Fortunate Bray make it two wins from two in eight-goal thriller
Finn Harps may be feeling aggrieved at some of referee Anthony Buttimer’s decisions however.
# emphatic
Four-star Bray take advantage with Cork's focus elsewhere
Goals from Jason Marks, Dylan Connolly, John Sullivan and Ger Pender elevated the Seagulls into sixth spot.
# corner stone
Bray keep top-six hopes alive with comeback win against Pat's
Ger Pender and Alan McNally were on target for Harry Kenny’s side.
Bray make it five on the trot with win over Bohs
And the Seagulls leapfrog the Phibsboro side.
# On the Move
Resurgent Bray continue to climb the table after 4-0 drubbing of Sligo
The Seagulls saw goals from Ger Pender, Darragh Noone, Andrew Lewis and Shane Harding hand them three points at the Carlisle Grounds.
# Report
Ireland U21 international Dylan Connolly stars as Bray hold Derry in pulsating draw
Connolly grabbed both goals for Bray at a wet Carlisle Grounds.
# Report
Post-BATE slump continues as 10-man Dundalk stunned by Bray
Goals by Karl Moore and Mark Salmon cancelled out Daryl Horgan’s opener.
# Relief
Gary McCabe gets frustrated Shamrock Rovers out of jail
Stephen Bradley’s men were ultimately held by Bray Wanderers.