When I was at school I remember the class being brought to Drogheda for a school trip to see St Oliver Plunkett’s head. I doubt if you could palm schoolkids off with such fare nowadays, but then I was brought up in simpler times.
The visit came back to me
Sligo Rovers have drawn Falkirk at home in the second round of the Irn Bru Cup today.
Bray Wanderers will travel to Scotland to face Elgin City
Ties to be played on September 2/3, subject to TV selections.
Fixture changes will be announced for both clubs in due course if need be.
Below are the teams that Sligo Rovers & Bray Wanderers can pull in their second round tie in the Irn Bru Cup today.
The draw is at 1pm.
Both clubs went straight into the second round.
🏆 The #IRNBRUCUP 2nd round draw will be made at 1pm today. Here are the draw
Growing up in Bray, I didn’t associate Kilkenny with hurling, but with soccer, strange as that might seem. Bray Wanderers were my team and I supported them in their Leinster Senior League days as well as after their promotion to the League of Ireland when it was expanded to include
Bray’s last away day in Dalymount Park before it is redeveloped resulted in a deserved draw for the Wanderers against a team that had beaten both Shamrock Rovers and Cork City in their last two games.
The point could turn out to be worth its weight in gold. It stopped the
Bray Wanderers FC has provided the Football Association of Ireland with documentation which demonstrates that the club has secured sufficient funds for the remainder of the 2017 SSE Airtricity League season.
The FAI has been in ongoing communications with the club regarding its funding issues and would like to acknowledge the
Not much to write home about on this one, as Bohs and Bray shared the points in a hard fought 0-0 stalemate.
Following two massive wins on the road, against arch rivals Shamrock Rovers and Champions elect Cork City, a buzzing Dalymount Park played host to crisis club Bray Wanderers, with
Where else could I start this week’s column but with the press releases that came out of Bray Wanderers at the back end of last week. You have all read them, I don’t need to analyse them here. They were an attention grab, a bit of kite flying, a PR
Statement in full:
In 1916 some brave Irish Men and Women stood up for the cause of Irish Freedom as they were tired of the oppression being suffered by the Irish People at the hands of the British army.
They stood up for what they believed in and ,in doing so, they
No words can describe this official statement from Bray Wanderers regarding their finances and future plans.
Bray Wanderers FC can now officially confirm the club is financially stable for the foreseeable future and have a vision for the future unrivaled by any other Football Club in Ireland.
Wicklow County has unfortunately