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Date: 7:45 p.m. Sept. 13, 2010
Venue: Morton Stadium
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Att: Unknown
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Alan Kirby 3' -
Scored: 3'


Eamon Zayed 59' -
Scored: 59'


Scored: 21'
- Jake Kelly 21'

Scored: 32'
- Jake Kelly 32'



Sporting Fingal 2 - 2 Bray Wanderers

Mon, Sep 13 2010
Bray Wanderers and Sporting Fingal finished honours even at 2-2 in Morton Stadium on Monday night.

Fingal took the lead through Alan Kirby, but a brace from Jake Kelly put Bray ahead. Ex-Bray forward Eamon Zayed got the equaliser for Sporting after nearly an hour of play.

Sporting Fingal began with a lovely series of passes, not allowing their opponents any time on the ball. On three minutes, Alan Kirby struck for the Ravens.

Ronan Finn passed for Eamon Zayed in the Bray box, Zayed let the ball run through his legs and Kirby only had to slide the ball past Matt Gregg.

Jake Kelly equalised for Bray on 21 minutes with a superb bit of skill. He chested the ball down and controlled it before shooting low at goal. The ball somehow went under the diving Darren Quigley and trickled over the line.

Bray took a deserved lead eleven minutes later, largely thanks to some slack Fingal defending. From a throw-in, Gary Dempsey got the ball and shot but the Fingal defence couldn't deal with it.

The ball bobbled loose in the penalty area, Jake Kelly wheeled on it and smashed the ball past Quigley to make it 2-1. Bray controlled possession for the remainder of the half to go in a goal to the good.

Substitute John Mulroy almost had an instant impact a minute after half time, chipping the ball over the Sporting defence for Gary Shaw. Shaw, all alone on Quigley, saw his shot just deflected away for a corner.

Fingal put pressure on Bray and made the breakthrough just before the hour mark. After a long kick, Conan Byrne latched on to the ball and chipped deftly over Matt Gregg. His shot came back off the upright and Eamon Zayed tapped in.

Gary O'Neill had a chance on seventy-three minutes when he broke free, but his shot was straight at Gregg.

Bray held on until full time in spite of successive Fingal attacks, and had a few half-chances of their own. It ended 2-2 after a cracking contest in a rain-soaked Morton Stadium.

Sporting Fingal: Darren Quigley, Kevin Dawson, Lorcan Fitzgerald, Shaun Williams, Colin Hawkins, Kenny Browne, Conan Byrne [Ollie Cahill '84], Ronan Finn [Keith Quinn '90], Gary O’Neill, Alan Kirby, Eamon Zayed [Glen Crowe '86] Subs: Brendan Clarke, John Frost, Ollie Cahill, Keith Quinn

Bray Wanderers: Matt Gregg, David Webster, Sean Houston, Shane O’Connor, Derek Prendergast, Gary Dempsey, Dean Zambra Danny O’Connor [John Mulroy HT], Gary Shaw, Chris Shields, Jake Kelly [Dane Massey '79]
Subs: Brian Kane, Daire Doyle, Adam Mitchell

Referee: Damien Hancock
Attendance: 389
Extratime.ie Man of the Match: Jake Kelly



Sporting Fingal
Darren Quigley
Goalkeeper
Shaun Williams
13Booked: 13'
Defender
Colin Hawkins
Defender
Lorcan Fitzgerald
Defender
Kenny Browne
Defender
Alan Kirby
3Scored: 3'
Midfielder
Ronan Finn
Midfielder
Kevin Dawson
Midfielder
Conan Byrne
Midfielder
Gary O'Neill
Forward
Eamon Zayed
59Scored: 59'
Forward

Substitutes
Keith Quinn
Midfield
John Frost
Defender
Glen Crowe
93Booked: 93'
Forward
Brendan Clarke
Goalkeeper
Ollie Cahill
Midfield
Bray Wanderers
Matt Gregg
Goalkeeper
David Webster
Defender
Derek Prendergast
Defender
Sean Houston
Defender
Dean Zambra
Defender
Gary Shaw
Midfielder
66Booked: 66'
Shane O'Connor
Midfielder
Danny O'Connor
Midfielder
Gary Dempsey
Midfielder
Chris Shields
Forward
Jake Kelly
Forward
21Scored: 21'
26Booked: 26'
32Scored: 32'

Substitutes
John Mulroy
Forward
Adam Mitchell
Defender
Dane Massey
Defender
Brian Kane
Goalkeeper
Daire Doyle
Midfield


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