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