Bray’s 2-1 win away to Galway on Friday meant many things for us Seagulls fans. It meant we kept our place in the top four, the other members of which all won as well. It meant we kept up our bright start to the second half of the season, banishing
Most people have come across the English music hall tune ‘’Oh! I do like to be beside the seaside!” at some point. The tune is most famously associated with Reginald Dixon and the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool, but it was first popularised by Mark Sheridan in the early twentieth century.
Following Uefa approval it has been officially announced that Bray Wanderers & Sligo Rovers will join the Scottish Irn - Bru trophy this season.
The two sides were selected as Ireland's highest-ranked non-European participants.
There are 56 sides competing including sides from Wales & Northern Ireland and the first round draw will
Late goals from Dean Clarke and Bastien Héry gave Limerick the win in the Marketsfield on Friday night. New Limerick manager Neil McDonald tested out a new 5-3-2 system and it seemed to work early on.
Bray passed neatly around the midfield but a loose pass found Chiedozie
This weekend coming will see match day 17 taking place in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division [actually match day 18 for Bray Wanderers and Shamrock Rovers, due to a rearranged fixture necessitated by Rovers’ European schedule] and this will herald in the mid-season break. The half-way point. So
Most people where I work, when the talk gets onto football, want to talk about the madness that is the English Premiership, where millions buys mediocrity and the mediocre earn millions. There’s a sane core though that follow League of Ireland teams. Given the geography of where our factory
Friday’s 3-0 victory away at Finn Harps was a momentous result for Bray Wanderers. The win – achieved with goals from Gary McCabe, Ryan Brennan and Keith Buckley – kept the Seagulls clear of Dundalk in second place in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division, and for this reason
During the week I remember telling a friend how I always seem to find the positives regardless of the reality in front of me, however despite all the affection I may have for Finn Harps it’s very difficult to give praise after the performance against Bray.
A rather poor start
We went out early to the Carlisle Grounds on Friday. Kick-off against St Patrick’s Athletic was the normal 1945, but there a ‘Family Festival of Fun’ organized by the club [supported by the FAI and SSE Airtricity League] for before the game, so we arrived at 1730 to see
I brought the family to see 2 Bray games last week, and both were thoroughly enjoyable. Usually I just have one or other of the children with me, depending on who wants to come or who hasn’t got anything else on. Last week saw us all free to cheer