Bray's Under-Age team records

Bray's under-age teams had a strange year, with the start of the competitions delayed until mid-year, and additional restrictions on the youngest age-groups leaving their competitions incomplete at year's end. The outstanding achievements were by the Under-19s, who reached the Semi-FInal of the Shield, and the Women's Under-17, who were unlucky in losing their Shield Final by the narrowest of margins.

Below is a summary of fixtures and results - and teams where available - for all five of the Wanderers under-age squads.

Bray Wanderers Under-19

League Group 4

22 Aug Galway United 2-1 Bray Wanderers
[Francely Lomboto 28, 61; Harvey Warren 84]

30 Aug Shamrock Rovers 2-1 Bray Wanderers
[Dylan Duffy 57, Aidomo Emakhu ?90; Dean O'Shea ?90]
Team: 1 Enda Minogue, 2 Ryan Bowden, 3 Dean O’Shea, 6 Glen Hollywood, 7 Cian Maher, 8 Job Bondo, 10 Don Franklin Ogbeifum, 12 Steven Sweeney, 14 Adlane Boulmelh, 19 David Dalton, 24 Harvey Warren
Subs: 30 Luke Ryan (for Minogue H/T), 4 Cian Walsh (for Boulmelh 70), 5 Callum Byrne, 9 Jake Ellis, 11 Callum Perry, 17 Omar Hassan, 20 Emmanuel Odeniyi (for Warren 61)

06 Sep Bray Wanderers 0-1 Athlone Town
[Shane Nealon 75 pen]
Team: 1 Enda Minogue, 2 Ryan Bowden, 3 Dean O’Shea, 6 Glen Hollywood, 7 Cian Maher, 8 Job Bondo, 9 Jake Ellis, 10 Don Franklin Ogbeifum, 11 Callum Perry, 15 Emmanuel Odeniyi, 19 David Dalton
Subs: 4 Cian Walsh (for Dalton 86), 5 Callum Byrne (for Ogbeifum 86), 12 Steven Sweeney, 13 James Igwilo (for Ellis 60), 14 Adlane Boulmelh (for Odeniyi 75), 17 Omar Hassan, 18 Harvey Warren (for Bondo 85), 30 Luke Ryan (gk)

13 Sep Athlone Town 0-2 Bray Wanderers
[Jake Ellis 7, Emmanuel Odeniyi 52]
The under 19s recorded their first win of the season with a 2-0 away win over Athlone Town on Sunday.
Team: 1 Enda Minogue, 2 Ryan Bowden, 3 Dean O’Shea, 4 Cian Walsh, 5 Callum Byrne, 6 Glen Hollywood, 7 Cian Maher, 9 Jake Ellis, 11 Callum Perry, 14 Adlane Boulmelh, 19 David Dalton
Subs: 8 Job Bondo (for Boulmelt, 71), 10 Don Franklin Ogbeifum (for Ellis 69), 12 Steven Sweeney, 13 James Igwilo, 15 Emmanuel Odeniyi (for Bowden ?), 17 Omar Hassan (for Byrne 83), 18 Harvey Warren (for Ogbeifum 79), 30 Luke Ryan (gk)

20 Sep Bray Wanderers 1-1 Galway United
[Ryan Bowden 28; Jack O'Connor ?]

27 Sep Bray Wanderers 2-4 Shamrock Rovers
[Adlane Boulmelh 61 pen, Cian Maher 88; Eric Abudorie 8, Jamie Doyle 56, Cian Curtis 81, Aidomo Emakhu 87]
The under 19s were defeated at home by Group 4 league leaders Shamrock Rovers on Sunday at the Carlisle Grounds in their final league game of the season. Eric Abudiore headed Rovers in front from a corner on 8 minutes. Rovers were on top in the first half and Wanderers had to rely on Enda Minogue to keep them in the game with the keeper making several saves.
Team: 1 Enda Minogue, 2 Cian Walsh, 3 David Dalton, 4 Ryan Bowden, 5 Callum Perry, 6 Callum Byrne, 8 Glen Hollywood, 7 Cian Maher, 9 Emmanuel Obeniyi, 10 Jake Ellis, 11 Dean O’Shea
Subs: 12 Omar Hassan (for Walsh 82), 14 James Igwilo, 15 Steven Sweeney (for Obeniyi 68), 16 Adlane Boulmelh (for Ellis 59), 17 Harvey Warren (for Perry 78), 18 Job Bondo (for Dalton 27), 30 Luke Ryan (gk)

Shield Group 3

03 Oct Wexford FC 2-4 Bray Wanderers
[Daniel Tarcevskis 20, Paudie Casey* 38 (poss Andrew Farrell); Adlane Boulmelh 70, Dean O'Shea 74, 89, Jamie O'Callaghan 87]
The under 19s came from two goals down to defeat Wexford FC 4-2 in Ferrycarrig Park on Saturday in the Shield competition. Wanderers made three changes at the break and pulled a goal back on 69 minutes through Adlane Boulmelh. Dean O’Shea equalised two minutes later. The visitors sealed the win in the final minutes. Jamie Callaghan headed home from a corner on 87 minutes before a stunning free kick from Dean O’Shea secured the win.
Team: Luke Ryan, David Dalton, Ryan Bowden, Dean O’Shea, Cian Walsh, Callum Perry, Glen Hollywood, Cian Maher, Jake Ellis, Emmanuel Odeniyi, Adlan Boulmelh
Subs: Enda Minogue (gk), Regan Lennon (for Perry 61), Job Bondo (for Ellis H/T), Eoin Green (for Odeniyi H/T), Callum Byrne (for Dalton 90), Harvey Warren, Jamie Callaghan (for Walsh H/T)

13 Dec Bray Wanderers 0-2 Cabinteely (@Berryfield)
[(Ryan Bowden s/o 90); Conor Knight 24, Lee McEvoy 63]
Wanderers ended the game with ten men when Ryan Bowden was dismissed for a second bookable offence in the final minute.
Team: Enda Minogue, Jamie Callaghan, Dean O’Shea, Ryan Bowden, Regan Lennon, Glen Hollywood, Cian Maher, Don Franklin Ogbeifun, Jake Ellis, Adlan Boulmelh. Eoin Green
Subs: Luke Ryan (gk), Steven Sweeney (for Ogbeifun 58), Callum Byrne (for Green 80), James Igwilo (for Boulmelh 65), Omar Hassan, Harvey Warren (for Ellis 62), Cian Walsh, David Dalton (for Maher H/T)

06 Dec Bray v Athlone NP Athlone w/d (prev 18 Oct PP)

Shield Semi-Final
19 Dec Sligo Rovers 6-2 Bray Wanderers
[Sean Kerrigan 23, Cillian Heaney 58, Aaron Perry 61, 86, Johnny Kenny 77, 90; Glen Hollywood 44, ? (Steven Sweeney s/o 7')]
Team: Enda Minogue, Cian Maher, Dean O’Shea, Jamie Callaghan, Ryan Bowden, Regan Lennon, Glen Hollywood, Steven Sweeney, Charlie Gallagher, Adlan Boulmelh. Harvey Warren
Subs: Luke Ryan (for Minogue 48), Callum Byrne (for Boulmelh 84), David Dalton (for Warren H/T), Jake Ellis (for Maher 84)

Bray Wanderers Under-17

League Group 4

29 Aug Shamrock Rovers 4-1Bray Wanderers
[Michael Leddy 22, 30, To be Confirmed 51, Kevin Zefi 65; Charlie Gallagher 77]
Team: 30 Cian Connors, 2 James Callaghan, 3 Daragh Meegan, 5 Eimhin Boylan, 6 Sam Hayden, 7 Ryan Reape, 10 Eoin Green, 12 Jad Hakiki, 13 Sean Fitzpatrick, 14 Sam Norval, 19 Charlie Gallagher.
Subs: 1 Jack Ross (Gk), 4 Neil Langan (for Green 50), 9 Jakub Basinski (for Reape 55), 11 Toby Curran, 15 Darragh Scanlon (for Norval 82), 17 Harry Curtis (for Fitzpatrick 55), 18 Keelan Byrne (for Meegan 55)

02 Sep Athlone Town 0-1 Bray Wanderers
[Charlie Gallagher 33]
Team: 20 Jack Ross, 3 Eimhin Boylan, 4 Keelan Byrne, 5 James Callaghan,9 Jakub Basinski, 11 Charlie Gallagher, 12 Eoin Green, 13 Jad Hakiki, 14 Sam Hayden, 18 Sam Norval, 19 Ryan Reap
Subs: 2 Darragh Scanlon (for Norval 87), 7 Toby Curran (for Basinski 85), 8 Harry Curtis (for Byrne 55), 10 Sean Fitzpatrick (for Green 55), 15 Neil Langan (for Boylan 85), 16 Conall Daly, 30 Cian Connors (gk)

05 Sep Galway United 0-0 Bray Wanderers (@Oranmore)
Team : 1 Jack Ross, 2 James Callaghan, 4 Neil Langan, 6 Sam Hayden, 7 Ryan Reape, 10 Eoin Green, 11 Toby Curran, 13 Sean Fitzpatrick, 14 Sam Norval, 17 Harry Curtis, 19 Charlie Gallagher
Subs: 5 Eimhin Boylan (for Langan 59), 8 Regan Lennon (for Hayden 66), 9 Jakub Basinski (for Green 59), 12 Jad Hakiki (for Fitzpatrick 59), 16 Conall Daly, 18 Keelan Byrne (for Curran 79), 30 Cian Connors (gk)

12 Sep Bray Wanderers 0-4 Shamrock Rovers
[Dapo Abidoye 32, Dara McGuinness 65, 90, Conan Noonan 80]
Team: 30 Cian Connors, 2 Jamie Callaghan, 5 Eimhin Boylan, 6 Sam Hayden, 7 Ryan Reape, 9 Jakub Basinski, 13 Sean Fitzpatrick, 12 Jad Hakiki, 14 Sam Norval, 17 Harry Curtis, 19 Charlie Gallagher
Subs: 1 Jack Ross (gk), 4 Neil Langan (for Norval 55), 8 Regan Lennon (for Hayden 65), 10 Eoin Green (for Basinski 55), 11 Toby Curran, 15 Darragh Scanlon (for Boylan 65), 16 Conall Daly, 18 Keelan Byrne (for Fitzpatrick 72)

19 Sep Bray Wanderers 1-1 Athlone Town
???

26 Sep Bray Wanderers 0-5 Galway United
[Jamie Halpin 8, 30, Shane Befula 57, Aaron Dossen 83, 90]
Team: 30 Cian Connors, 2 Jamie Callaghan, 5 Eimhin Boylan, 7 Ryan Reape, 8 Regan Lennon, 10 Eoin Green, 13 Sean Fitzpatrick, 14 Sam Norval, 17 Harry Curtis, 18 Keelan Byrne, 19 Charlie Gallagher
Subs: 1 Jack Ross (gk), 3 Daragh Meegan, 6 Sam Hayden, 9 Jakub Basinski, 12 Jad Hakiki, 15 Darragh Scanlon, 16 Conall Daly

Shield Group 1

10 Oct Wexford 2-3 Bray Wanderers
[Mikey Raggett 78, 80; Sean Fitzpatrick 15, 38, Charlie Gallagher 76]
They defeated Wexford FC 3-2 away in Ferrycarrig Park in the Shield on Saturday. Sean Fitzpatrick scored twice in the first half (15 & 38 minutes) to put the visitors in a commanding position at the break. Charlie Gallagher made it 3-0 in the 76th minute. Wexford staged a bit of a revival when Mikey Raggett scored twice in two minutes (78 & 80) but the visitors held out for the win.
Team: Jack Ross, Jamie Callaghan, Neil Langan, Eimhin Boylan, Sam Hayden, Ryan Reape, Regan Lennon, Eoin Green, Sean Fitzpatrick, Sam Norval, Charlie Gallagher
Subs: Daragh Meegan (for Norval 86), Jakub Basinski (for Gallagher 90), Toby Curran, Jad Hakiki (for Lennon 77), Conall Daly, Darragh Scanlon, Keelan Byrne (for Fitzpatrick 86), Cian Connors (gk)

12 Dec Bray Wanderers 1-3 Shelbourne (@Berryfield)
[(Regan Lennon (c) s/o ?90)]
Team: Cian Connors, Jamie Callaghan, Eimhin Boylan, Sam Hayden, Ryan Reape, Regan Lennon, Jad Hakiki, Sean Fitzpatrick, Sam Norval, Harry Curtis, Charlie Gallagher
Subs: Daragh Meegan, Neil Langan, Eoin Green, Toby Curran, Darragh Scanlon, Conall Daly, Keelan Byrne

16 Dec Cabinteely 3-1 Bray Wanderers (@Kilbogget)
[Evan Laughlin 11, 24, Seán McLean 60; Charlie Gallagher 48 (Ryan Reape s/o 63]]

Bray Wanderers Women Under-17

League Group 3

29 Aug Wexford Youths 4-1 Bray Wanderers
[Katie Law 10, 31, Síun Murdiff 41, Karolina Jaglarz 55; Aoife Mohan* 54]
The ladies team played their first game in the under 17 league and were defeated 4-1 away to a strong Wexford ladies team in Ferrycarrig park on Saturday. Wexford were three goals up before *Ava Treacy scored for Wanderers in the 46th minute.
Team: 1 Danielle Batt, 2 Rebecca Gillan, 3 Sophie Hamilton, 4 Hannah Bissell, 5 Zoe Kelly, 6 Casey Brown Roche, 7 Sophie Madden, 10 Ava Treacy, 11 Aoife Mohan, 12 Eva de Freine, 21 Molly Kathleen Crowe
Subs: 9 Faye Evans (for Bissell H/T), 13 Ava McKechnie (for Crowe H/T), 14 Niamh Carry McLeavy (for Roche 86), 15 Ella Moriarty (for de Freine 27), 16 Caitlin Lynch, 18 Lucy Heffernan (for Hamilton 65), 25 Rebecca Prenter (gk)

05 Sep Bray Wanderers 2-2 Greystones United
[Aoife Mohan 28, Ella Moriarty 35; Holly Farrell 18, 82]
Team: 1 Danielle Batt, 4 Hannah Bissell, 5 Zoe Kelly, 6 Casey Brown Roche, 7 Sophie Madden, 9 Faye Evans, 11 Ava Treacy, 10 Aoife Mohan, 13 Ava McKechnie, 15 Ella Moriarty, 18 Lucy Heffernan
Subs: 25 Rebecca Prenter (Gk) (for Batt H/T), 3 Sophie Hamilton (for Heffernan H/T), 12 Eva de Freine (for Bissell 70), 14 Niamh Carry McLeavy, 15 Ella Moriarty, 16 Caitlin Lynch (for Moriarty 65), 17 Sophie Davis (for McKechnie 39), 21 Molly Kathleen Crowe

13 Sep Bray Wanderers 1-2 Shelbourne (PP 22 Aug)
[Ava Treacy; Zoe Leonard, Abbie Larkin]
Team: 25 Rebecca Prenter, 2 Rebecca Gillan, 3 Sophie Hamilton, 4 Hannah Bissell, 5 Zoe Kelly, 7 Sophie Madden, 9 Faye Evans, 10 Ava Treacy, 11 Aoife Mohan, 13 Ava McKechnie, 21 Molly Kathleen Crowe
Subs: 1 Danielle Batt (gk), 12 Eva de Freine (for Evans 58), 14 Niamh Carry McLeavy (for Hamilton 89), 15 Ella Moriarty (for Crowe H/T), 16 Caitlin Lynch (for McKechnie 75), 18 Lucy Heffernan (for Gillan 36)

27 Sep Cork City 1-0 Bray Wanderers (@Bishopstown)
[?]
Team: 1 Danielle Batt, 3 Sophie Hamilton, 4 Hannah Bissell, 5 Zoe Kelly,6 Casey Brown Roche, 7 Sophie Madden, 9 Faye Evans, 10 Ava Treacy, 11 Aoife Mohan, 13 Ava McKechnie, 15 Ella Moriarty
Subs: 25 Rebecca Prenter (Gk), 2 Rebecca Gillan, 14 Niamh Carry McLeavy (for Roche 75), 16 Caitlin Lynch (for Evans 88), 17 Sophie Davis (for Moriarty 88), 18 Lucy Heffernan (for Bissell 80), 21 Molly Kathleen Crowe (for Hamilton 88)

The remaining Group games were first postponed and eventually abandoned in mid-October

Shield

13 Dec Bray Wanderers 3-0 DLR Waves
[Aoife Mohan 40, Ava Treacy 66, Eve O’Brien 80]
The ladies under 17s recorded their first win of the season with a 3-0 win over DLR Waves in Berryfield, Enniskerry on Sunday morning.
Team: Danielle Batt, Sophie Hamilton, Zoe Kelly, Casey Brown Roche, Sophie Madden, Ava Treacy, Aoife Mohan, Ella Moriarty, Sophie Davis, Lucy Heffernan, Eve O’Brien
Subs: Rebecca Prenter (gk), Rebecca Gillan (for Davis 66), Hannah Bissell (for Heffernan 56), Ava McKechnie, Niamh Carry McLeavey (for Hamilton 84), Caitlin Lynch (for Madden 86), Molly Kathleen Crowe

16 Dec Carlow/Kilkenny 0-4 Bray Wanderers (@Leighlinbridge)
[Lucy Heffernan 25, Ava Treacy 34, 60, 83]
Team: 25 Rebecca Prenter, 7 Sophie Madden, 5 Zoe Kelly (c), 6 Casey Brown Roche, 3 Sophie Hamilton, 11 Aoife Mohan, 15 Ella Moriarty, 18 Lucy Heffernan, 9 Hannah Bissell, 20 Eve O’Brien, 10 Ava Treacy
Subs: 1 Danielle Batt (gk), 2 Rebecca Gillan (for Hamilton, 72), 14 Niamh Carry McLeavey (for Bissell 61), 16 Caitlin Lynch (for Treacy 85), 17 Sophie Davis (for Moriarty 85), 21 Molly Kathleen Crowe (for Heffernan 61)
Star of the show was Ava Treacy who notched a hatrick adding to the two goals she netted on Sunday in the victory over DLR Waves. Bray were on top from the start, and goals from Lucy Heffernan and Ava Treacy had Bray leading 2-0 at the break.
Treacy added two further goals in the second half to cement a convincing victory. This wasn't a one woman show, it was a real team performance that produced the victory. They now face Greystones on Sunday where a victory will see them through to the Final.

20 Dec Bray Wanderers 8-0 Greystones United (@Berryfield)
[Eve O'Brien 4, Ava Treacy 3, Aoife Mohan]
Team: Rebecca Prenter, Sophie Hamilton, Hannah Bissell, Zoe Kelly, Casey Brown Roche, Sophie Madden, Ava Treacy, Aoife Mohan, Ella Moriarty, Lucy Heffernan, Eve O’Brien
Subs: Danielle Batt (gk), Rebecca Gillan (for Hamilton 72), Niamh Carry McLeavey (for Bissell 61), Caitlin Lynch (for Treacy 85), Sophie Davis (for Moriarty 85), Molly Kathleen Crowe (for Heffernan 61)

Shield Final:
23 Dec Bray Wanderers 0-1 Donegal Women's League 6pm, Oriel Park
[Aoife Gallinagh 45]
Bray Wanderers: 1 Danielle Batt; 7 Sophie Madden, 5 Zoe Kelly (c), 6 Casey Brown Roche, 3 Sophie Hamilton, 11 Aoife Mohan, 15 Ella Moriarty, 18 Lucy Heffernan, 9 Hannah Bissell, 20 Eve O’Brien, 10 Ava Treacy
Subs: 2 Rebecca Gillan, 14 Niamh Carry McLeavey, 16 Caitlin Lynch, 17 Sophie Davis, 21 Molly Kathleen Crowe, 30 Rebecca Prenter (gk)
Donegal: 20 Orla Corry; 2 Lucy Canning, 17 Erika Gallagher, 5 Alannah Kee, 18 Shania McMonagle, 15 Erin Doherty, 6 Aislinn Coll, 10 Aoife Gallanagh (c), 11 Louise Gallanagh, 8 Emma Doherty, 13 Codie Walsh
Subs: 1 Caoimhe Brennan (gk), 3 Rachel McCallion, 4 Ciara McGarvey, 7 Nadine Hargadon, 9 Ellie McBride, 14 Abbie McKnight, 16 Sinead McBride
Referee: Daryl Carolan

Bray Wanderers Under-15

League Group 4

22 Aug Cabinteely 1-2 Bray Wanderers (@Kilternan)
[Eoghan O'Hanlon 24; Christian O'Reilly 46, Hugh Parker 79]

30 Aug Bray Wanderers 2-0 UCD (@Pearse Park)
[Stephen Mohan 2, Cian Doyle 44]
Team: 1 Derry Moloney, 5 Daniel Jordan, 6 Lewis Temple, 7 Nathan Horan, 9 Hugh Parker, 10 Roy Lawlor, 11 Stephen Mohan, 12 Freddie Turley, 13 Caden Walsh, 14 Cian Doyle
Subs (interchangeable): 15 Ronan Langan, 17 Michael Cherico, 18 Christian O’Reilly, 19 Lorcan Moore, 25 Dylan Kane (gk)

06 Sep Bray Wanderers 1-2 Shamrock Rovers (@Pearse Park)
[Lewis Temple 48; Thomas Morgan 33, Nathan Horan 69 og]
Team: 1 Derry Moloney, 5 Daniel Jordan, 4 Lewis Temple, 5 Nathan Horan, 6 Freddie Turley, 7 Caden Walsh, 8 Lorcan Moore, 9 Hugh Parker, 10 Roy Lawlor, 11 Stephen Mohan
Subs (interchangeable): 15 Ronan Langan, 17 Michael Cherico, 18 Christian O’Reilly, 16 Luke Nolan, 17 Seamus Brown, 18 Adam Deans, 19 Alex Baines, 20 Cian Doyle, 25 Dylan Kane (gk)

12 Sep UCD 3-2 Bray Wanderers (@Marley Park)
[Cillian Geraghty 10, OG 50, ? 80 (Jake Doyle s/o 58); Stephen Mohan 65, Caden Walsh 74] 5xYC @ 80' ??
Team: 1 Derry Moloney, 5 Daniel Jordan, 4 Lewis Temple, 5 Nathan Horan, 8 Freddie Turley, 7 Caden Walsh, 6 Lorcan Moore, 9 Hugh Parker, 11 Stephen Mohan, 17 Michael Cherico
Subs (interchangeable): 18 Roy Lawlor, 17 Ronan Langan, 20 Christian O’Reilly, 19 Luke Nolan, 15 Seamus Brown, 12 Adam Deans, 14 Cian Doyle, 16 Alex Baines, 25 Dylan Kane (gk)

19 Sep Shamrock Rovers 5-0 Bray Wanderers (@Roadstone)
[Mark Tansey 12, 61, Justin Ferizaj 34, Patrick Moran 62, Cian Barrett 74] 6xYC @ 80' ??

27 Sep Bray Wanderers 3-1 Cabinteely (@Pearse Park)
[Tadhg Kane 40 og, Lewis Temple 60, Cian Doyle 80; Jake Murray 24]
Team: 1 Derry Moloney, 2 Ronan Langan, 3 Luke Nolan, 4 Lewis Temple, 5 Alex Baines, 6 Cian Doyle, 7 Caden Walsh, 8 Freddie Turley, 9 Hugh Parker, 10 Michael Cherico, 11 Stephen Mohan
Subs (interchangeable): 12 Daniel Jordan, 14 Roy Lawlor, 15 Adam Deans, 16 Lorcan Moore, 17 Seamus Brown, 19 Christian O’Reilly, 20 Nathan Horan, 25 Dylan Kane (gk)

Wanderers were second in their group, and were drawn in Group 2 of the Shield, with Cavan-Monaghan, Drogheda United and Dundalk, but all remaining matches were postponed in mid-October and again at the start of December. It is not clear if the competitions have now been abandoned.

Bray Wanderers Under-13

League Group 4

22 Aug Cabinteely 1-2 Bray Wanderers (@Kilternan)
[Eoghan O'Hanlon 24; Christian O'Reilly 46, Hugh Parker 79]

30 Aug Bray Wanderers 2-0 UCD (@Pearse Park)
[Stephen Mohan 2, Cian Doyle 44]
Team: 1 Derry Moloney, 5 Daniel Jordan, 6 Lewis Temple, 7 Nathan Horan, 9 Hugh Parker, 10 Roy Lawlor, 11 Stephen Mohan, 12 Freddie Turley, 13 Caden Walsh, 14 Cian Doyle
Subs (interchangeable): 15 Ronan Langan, 17 Michael Cherico, 18 Christian O’Reilly, 19 Lorcan Moore, 25 Dylan Kane (gk)

06 Sep Bray Wanderers 1-2 Shamrock Rovers (@Pearse Park)
[Lewis Temple 48; Thomas Morgan 33, Nathan Horan 69 og]
Team: 1 Derry Moloney, 5 Daniel Jordan, 4 Lewis Temple, 5 Nathan Horan, 6 Freddie Turley, 7 Caden Walsh, 8 Lorcan Moore, 9 Hugh Parker, 10 Roy Lawlor, 11 Stephen Mohan
Subs (interchangeable): 15 Ronan Langan, 17 Michael Cherico, 18 Christian O’Reilly, 16 Luke Nolan, 17 Seamus Brown, 18 Adam Deans, 19 Alex Baines, 20 Cian Doyle, 25 Dylan Kane (gk)

12 Sep UCD 3-2 Bray Wanderers (@Marley Park)
[Cillian Geraghty 10, OG 50, ? 80 (Jake Doyle s/o 58); Stephen Mohan 65, Caden Walsh 74] 5xYC @ 80' ??
Team: 1 Derry Moloney, 5 Daniel Jordan, 4 Lewis Temple, 5 Nathan Horan, 8 Freddie Turley, 7 Caden Walsh, 6 Lorcan Moore, 9 Hugh Parker, 11 Stephen Mohan, 17 Michael Cherico
Subs (interchangeable): 18 Roy Lawlor, 17 Ronan Langan, 20 Christian O’Reilly, 19 Luke Nolan, 15 Seamus Brown, 12 Adam Deans, 14 Cian Doyle, 16 Alex Baines, 25 Dylan Kane (gk)

19 Sep Shamrock Rovers 5-0 Bray Wanderers (@Roadstone)
[Mark Tansey 12, 61, Justin Ferizaj 34, Patrick Moran 62, Cian Barrett 74] 6xYC @ 80' ??

27 Sep Bray Wanderers 3-1 Cabinteely (@Pearse Park)
[Tadhg Kane 40 og, Lewis Temple 60, Cian Doyle 80; Jake Murray 24]
Team: 1 Derry Moloney, 2 Ronan Langan, 3 Luke Nolan, 4 Lewis Temple, 5 Alex Baines, 6 Cian Doyle, 7 Caden Walsh, 8 Freddie Turley, 9 Hugh Parker, 10 Michael Cherico, 11 Stephen Mohan
Subs (interchangeable): 12 Daniel Jordan, 14 Roy Lawlor, 15 Adam Deans, 16 Lorcan Moore, 17 Seamus Brown, 19 Christian O’Reilly, 20 Nathan Horan, 25 Dylan Kane (gk)

03 Oct Bray Wanderers 2-1 Wexford
[Troy Finnegan 17, Matthew Britton 47 (Mason Melia s/o 65); ? 63]
The under 13s defeated Wexford FC 2-1 at the Carlisle Grounds on Saturday in their final group game in the league. The home side finished the game with ten men after Mason Melia was sent off for a second yellow card.
Team: 23 Sam Baker, 2 Max Colbert, 3 Roddy Cotter, 4 Ronan Dawson, 5 Lee Brennan, 7 Matthew Britton, 8 Evan Kane, 9 Mason Melia, 11 Troy Finnegan, 16 Barry Kealy, 17 Darragh Emmett
Subs (Interchangable): 1 Joe Collins (gk), 6 Sam Rothwell, 10 Ethan Cheese, 15 Jack Nolan, 18 John Leonard

Wanderers were second in their group, but all remaining matches were postponed in mid-October, and again at the start of December. It is not clear if the competitions have now been abandoned.

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