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Dundalk keep up impressive run of form to see off Bray - Irish Times

Bray Wanderers 0 Dundalk 3. Dundalk's title might be as good as gone but their form since the break suggests that the top flight is still about the top two and everyone else. With Shamrock Rovers otherwise engaged, this was Bray's opportunity to make ...and more »

Bray question club's support as statement asks 'what's the point?' - RTE.ie

Bray Wanderers took the extraordinary step of issuing a press release at half-time in their Premier Division clash with Dundalk, which warned that the club's future could be at stake if attendances do not improve. The statement also addressed the sale ...and more »

Dundalk keep up chase with win at Carlisle Grounds - RTE.ie

Dundalk narrowed the gap with league leaders Cork City to 12 points as they breezed to victory over Bray Wanderers at the Carlisle Grounds on Friday night. Robbie Benson was the star in the heart of Dundalk's midfield, scoring twice in the first half ...and more »

Bray Wanderers players told wages will only be covered until next week and that they can begin talking to other clubs - Independent.ie

30 June 2017; Hugh Douglas of Bray Wanderers reacts after picking up a blood injury 1 30 June 2017; Hugh Douglas of Bray Wanderers reacts after picking up a blood injury as team-mates Peter Cherrie, left, and Ryan Brennan look on during the SSE ...and more »

How It Feels To Lose Your Club, From A Bray Wanderers Fan - Balls.ie

I fish out my old programmes, flicking through them to try and find the one I want. "Dammit", I say, cursing myself for not buying one for that particular match, the most memorable game from my time spent at the Carlisle Grounds. Why, oh why, did I not ...and more »

O'Connor offers no assurances about the future of Bray - RTE.ie

Chairman of Bray Wanderers Denis O'Connor says he is shocked by the numbers attending games in the Carlisle ground and refused to offer any assurances about the future of the club. "I'm not a magician, O'Connor told RTÉ Sport ahead of Friday's game ...and more »

Bray Wanderers 0-3 Dundalk: Lilywhites do their talking on the pitch as Seagulls struggle - Irish Mirror

Robbie Benson's first-half double kept the champions on the right track ahead of their Champions League date with Rosenborg. Share. By. Paul O'Hehir. 21:51, 30 JUN 2017. Sport. Dundalk's Robbie Benson celebrates scoring his second goal with Chris ...and more »

Bray Wanderers players advised to open negotiations with other clubs as money troubles escalate - Irish Mirror

Bray Wanderers players have been advised to open negotiations with other clubs as the money troubles at the Carlisle Grounds escalated this morning. The PFAI tweeted that they only have enough money to pay players' wages up to next week. The ...and more »

Bray Wanderers release statement bemoaning lack of support at half-time of game against Dundalk - The Irish Sun

BRAY WANDERERS chairman Denis O'Connor has released a statement this evening pointing to the lack of support for the club from the local community. The statement was released to reporters at half-time during tonight's clash with Dundalk at the Carlisle ...and more »

Bray Wanderers 0 Dundalk 3: Problems for home side on and off the pitch as Robbie Benson stars for Lilywhites - The Irish Sun

DUNDALK delivered a statement on the pitch — as Bray Wanderers sent one out off of it. Two first-half goals from Robbie Benson and a Patrick McEleney strike after the break moved second-placed Lilywhites 10 points clear of Harry Kenny's Seagulls ...and more »