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Bray Wanderers 1-1 Shelbourne (FT)
Blarney United 1-1 Malahide United
Bohemians 2-0 Drumkeen United
Cork City 4-1 Athlone Town
Derry City 2-0 Finn Harps
Drogheda United 3-0 Mayfield United
Dundalk 0-0 St Patrick’s CY
SD Galway 0-0 Mervue United
Sligo Rovers 1-1 Monaghan United
UCD 1-1 Phoenix
Shamrock Rovers 0-0 Limerick
18.51 – While you’re waiting for the game to kick off, you can click here for a preview of this game, along with the weekend’s other ties.
19.01 – Of course, there are 11 ties taking place in all tonight, and as you can see, we’ll be keeping you updated on the scores above.
19.13 – Here is the Bray team by the way:
Bray: Darren Quigley, Pierce Sweeney, Danny O’Connor, Kevin Knight, David Webster, Kieran ‘Marty’ Waters, John Mulroy, Sean Houston, Adam Hanlon, Dean Zambra, Jason Byrne,
19.30 – Sean Houston is booked for what looked a relatively tame challenge, though the referee seemingly adjudged it to be a dangerous tackle, and thus produces the yellow card.
20.03 – So at half-time, Shels undoubtedly deserve their 1-0 lead.
The visitors have had all the main chances so far, while Bray have been particularly disappointing in the final third of the field, failing to make the most of a few promising counter-attacks.
Pat Devlin’s side need to step up their game, or prepare themselves for an early cup exit.
20.11 – RTE’s Pat Dolan has identified “the bench, the tactical situation and the midfield area” as three areas that Bray will hope to improve on in the second half.
He also backs up Pat Devlin’s suggestion that some of the home side’s younger players may be affected by the TV cameras at the match.
20.20 – Paddy Kavanagh finds himself in a good position on the far side of the box, and his half volley narrowly misses the top corner.
20.24 – Another half chance for Bray as Adam Hanlon’s shot is deflected away for a corner. There are increasing signs that Bray are still capable of getting back into this game.
20.39 – Pat Devlin tells RTE he’s “pleased for the lads and anyone who enjoys the game,” owing to his side’s significant second-half improvement.