DUN­DALK KEEP TI­TLE RACE ALIVE WITH WIN OVER FINN HARPS AS BRAY MAN­AGER HARRY KENNY QUITS

BRAY WNDRS 3 GAL­WAY UTD 3

The Irish Mail on Sunday - - THE TITLE - By Paul Dowl­ing

HARRY KENNY has sen­sa­tion­ally an­nounced he is to step down as Bray man­ager next month.

The news came af­ter full-time of Bray’s six-goal thriller with Gal­way at the Carlisle Grounds.

In a state­ment, the for­mer Shamrock Rovers great said: ‘I have had two happy and rel­a­tively suc­cess­ful years at Bray. Nat­u­rally, I re­gret that we did not achieve more in com­pe­ti­tion but progress has been steady and we are cur­rently knock­ing on the door of Euro­pean foot­ball.’

Peter Cher­rie’s in­jury-time penalty save pre­vented United snatch­ing all three points.

In a game that saw no less than three penal­ties awarded, Kevin De­vaney gave Gal­way a 14thminute lead. Ja­son Marks lev­elled three min­utes later be­fore putting Bray in front on 47 min­utes.

Ro­nan Murray squared it from the spot af­ter an hour but Aaron Greene re­stored Bray’s lead from a penalty. De­vaney lev­elled with five min­utes left be­fore Cher­rie de­nied Murray’s from the spot.

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