League Preview: Wexford -v- Bray Wanderers


Wexford host Bray Wanderers at Ferrycarrig Park on Friday night (kick-off is at 7.45pm). 

The Slaneysiders welcome the Seagulls to the South-East just days after they were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Cobh Ramblers. 

Mikie Rowe opened the scoring for Wexford but they were eventually pegged back by David Bosnjak’s equaliser. 

The result leaves them in fourth place and they are now four points clear of Bray in sixth. 


It has been a challenging week for Bray Wanderers. 

After going down to a dismal 3-1 loss at home to Cork City last weekend, former head coach Ian Ryan parted ways with the club on Wednesday afternoon. 

And with the Seagulls four points off the playoff places, they need a victory to keep their hopes of securing a top-five position alive. 

The men tasked with trying to achieve a victory will be first-team coaches Lorcan Fitzgerald and Paul Heffernan, with the pair stepping into the void left by Ryan. 

In terms of team news for Bray, Ben Feeney, Peter Grogan, Kilian Cantwell and Jimmy Corcoran are likely to remain out injured. Callum Thompson may return, while Cole Omorehiomwan may start again having played against Cork City last weekend.

Referee: Ray Matthews.



Wexford 2-1 Bray Wanderers



Injured: N/A.




Bray Wanderers

Injured: Kilian Cantwell, Peter Grogan, Jimmy Corcoran, Ben Feeney.