Andrew Quinn (Bray Wanderers) scores.
Incredible. City should have had a free-kick in midfield when Maher comes out of his area and looks to have handled the ball. Nothing given and the ball is played forward into the City penalty area. McNulty comes to punch it clear, but doesn't quite get enough on it. Andrew Quinn has a shot that lacks power. Somehow it manages to trickle over the line. Bray will be going home with a scarcely deserved point. The home players can hardly believe.
Five minutes left as City have a corner.
Steven Beattie takes a clatter as he dives in to head clear ahead of his man. It goes out for a throw when many would have expected a free.
Darren Craven (Bray Wanderers) scores.
Bray respond with a goal somewhat unexpectedly. Alec Byrne looses possession and Craven lets fly with a superb effort that goes in via the bar. Nerves here for the supporters
Darragh Crowley and Aaron Barry are both down at the moment following a late challenge.
City need to do more of this as they move the ball around well in the opposition half. It eventually runs out of play.
Little break in play as Barry is being treated for cramp. Players take the opportunity for some water and words of advice
McGlade weaves his way into the area and goes to ground. Referee waves any calls away for a penalty
Daniel Jones - Richie O'Farrell (Bray Wanderers).
Bray make their changes and introduce both of their new signings. Added height and freshness to the attack.
Really good discipline and tracking back so far from the defence and midfield.
Cian Murphy (Cork City) scores.
The pressure tells and City double their lead. From the corner, O'Brien-Withmarsh is found in space. His cross headed home by his strike partner Murphy. Two for him and two for City.
Should have been two yet again! Dylan Barnett is there on the line to block a goal-bound effort from McGlade. Corner to City
Cian Coleman does well initially to win the ball just outside his own area. He plays the ball forward into the feet of O'Brien-Withmarsh. His attempted lob goes harmlessly into the arms of Maher.
Bray are more on the front foot at the start of this half.
City win a free-kick just outside the area after he is brought down. He takes it himself with a dipping effort that Maher has to tip away. From the resulting corner, there is a big shout for a penalty. Nothing given
Mark McNulty is called into action but the flag had already gone up.
Beineon O'Brien Whitmarsh (Cork City) is booked.
The City striker is booked after going in late on Aaron Barry.
Another chance for Cork! McGlade breaks down the right hand side before feeding O'Brien-Withmarsh who is poised to shoot. Only a last ditch tackle stops him adding to the lead. Will Cork rue those missed opportunities?
That is twice now that the game has been stopped for hitting the ref. It is a drop-ball and Bray go to sleep. O'Brien-Withmarsh is denied yet again with the Bray players complaining to the official
Bray have won a number of free-kicks outside the area after desperate challenges from the home players. Both have led to nothing but they are building up a head of steam.
Another chance. McGlade does great down the flank before putting in a cross towards Murphy. Maher is just about able to intercept it first.
Should be two. Bray are caught trying to play it out by O'Brien-Withmarsh. He is clear through but denied by Maher.
O'Brien-Withmarsh is given space to advance outside the area. His shot takes a deflection and is easily saved in the end.
The home-side strike first! Bray fail to deal with a McGlade free-kick properly and it comes to Beinoin O'Brien-Withmarsh. He lays it off to Cian Murphy who scuffs his shot slightly. It has enough to beat Maher though
Brendan Kavanagh is not happy after being taken down in midfield my Dylan McGlade. Gearoid Morrissey is there to prevent it taken quickly.
Bray have an unchanged lineup from last weekend with their recent signings both on the bench.
Cork keep to the same side who lost to Treaty Utd. Joe O'Brien-Withmarsh and Cathal Heffernan both feature on the bench for the first time. Close to kick-off now.
Colin Healy will still be missing the injured quartet of Josh Honohan, Cian Bargary, George Heaven and Rob Slevin. Changes may occur at the back after a number of costly errors in recent games. The club has been looking to make some signings but were unlikely to have anything arranged in time for this game.
Bray come into the game after a win against Cobh last weekend. Darragh Lynch remains out as a long-term injury, but Sam Verdon and Dan Jones might make their first appearances.
Good evening and welcome to Turners Cross. My name is Philip Morrissey and I will be bringing you the updates with Extratime from tonights encounter between Cork City and Bray Wanderers.
Both sides will be looking for the points for very different reasons. Fifth-placed Bray will be hoping to close the gap on those above them in the promotion race. Cork City will be aiming to move themselves away from the relegation zone. To do so, they will have to improve on a worrying trend at home. They have only managed two victories there all season.
Kick-off will be in just over half an hour.
Competition: 2021 League of Ireland First Division
Date: 7:45 p.m. July 9, 2021