Barry Maguire 18

Connor Ellis 43


Carlisle Grounds
21 Sep 2018

While not mathematically finished, Bray's remaining chances of surviving even to the Play-Offs are now vanishingly slim.

Limerick's two goals at the Carlisle Grounds give them a 12-point margin over the Seagulls with just four matches left in the League.

Disappointingly, even Bray's normal reliables were seeing their passes going badly astray, and their interceptions were repossessed with dangerous regularity.

The home side could barely claim three half-chances at goal, and the corner count of five-one in favour of Limerick in the first half speaks for itself.

They won handily in the end while looking like a side that would face some difficulty in the Play-Offs themselves.

Mícheál Ó hUanacháin

Bray Wanderers: 40 Mark O'Connor; 31 Seán Harding, 5 Seán Heaney, 4 Conor Kenna (c), 30 Jamie Crilly; 6 Paul O'Conor, 14 Rhys Gorman; 22 Darragh Noone , 11 Jake Kelly, 3 Kevin Lynch; 24 Jake Ellis
Subs: 8 John Sullivan (for O'Conor 69), 9 Gerald Pender (for Kelly 36 inj), 15 Darragh Gibbons, 16 Glen Hollywood, 25 Cian Walsh, 26 Byron O'Gorman (for Crilly 77), 27 Dragos Mamaliga, 50 Jack Kelly (gk)
Limerick: 30 Tommy Holland; 2 Shaun Kelly, 3 Killian Cantwell, 15 Killian Brouder, 11 Shane Tracy; 22 Karl O'Sullivan, 6 Cian Coleman; 77 Barry Maguire , 24 Darren Murphy, 8 Shane Duggan (c); 10 Connor Ellis
Subs: 1 Jack Brady (gk), 9 Danny Morrissey (for Maguire 80), 16 16 William Fitzgerald (for Coleman 72), 18 Colm Walsh-O'Loghlen, 28 Adam Foley, 31 Aaron Fitzgerald, 34 Colman Kennedy
Referee: Anthony Buttimer

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