Conor Knight 20

Matthew McKevitt 46+, 94+

Cole Omorehiomwan 67

First Division

Carlisle Grounds
29 Mar 2024

From a Cobh point of view, there was something satisfying about the proceedings in Bray. Robbed, as they saw it, of three points at home to UCD in Turners Cross by late normal time and late time added goals, they travelled towards the capital a week later, and robbed their next hosts of three points with added time goals in each half.

Bray had looked impressive throughout, but Conor Knight's strike midway through the first period was nullified by a Matthew McKevitt goal a minute into time added.

Halfway through the second half, Cole Omorehiomwan put the Wanderers ahead again from a Shane Griffin free kick.

But just as the hosts were beginning to cruise towards the final whistle, McKevitt popped up again in the fourth minute of time added to fire home with what turned out to be the final kick of the game.

Full report to follow

Bray Wanderers: 25 Stephen McGuinness; 14 Freddie Turley, 4 Kilian Cantwell (c), 5 Cole Omorehiomwan , 15 Zach Nolan; 26 Conor Knight , 8 Harry Groome, 17 Thomas Morgan, 31 Kieran Cruise; 18 Peter Grogan, 23 Shane Griffin
Subs: 3 Evan Osam, 6 Guillermo Almirall (for Morgan 81), 16 Paul Murphy (for Omorehiomwan 84), 19 Daniel Chukwu (for Grogan 84) , 20 Alain Kizenga (for Knight 73), 22 Zayd Abada, 27 Josh McGlone, 28 Rhys Knight, 35 Benjamin Clark (gk)
Cobh Ramblers: 1 Darragh Burke; 6 Dean Larkin, 5 Brendan Frahill, 3 Cian Browne; 10 Jack Larkin (c) , 11 James O’Leary, 14 Liam Kervick, 15 Dan McKay, 28 Dale Holland; 7 Beineon O’Brien Whitmarsh, 9 Matthew McKevitt
Subs: 4 Justin Eguaibor, 16 David Bosnjak (for McKay 64), 17 Alessandro Desanctis, 20 Charlie O’Brien (for Kervick 39 inj), 27 David Eguaibor (for Whitmarsh 85), 30 Cathal O’Hanlon (gk), 37 Dan Ryan, 38 Luka Le Bervet
Referee: Oliver Moran

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