That's it from Patrick O' Connor from Tolka Park, hope you all enjoyed the live updates.
A 1-1 draw is the final outcome of a highly entertaining game. Shels will be glad they have put an end to their recent mini slump in form although they probably would have expected to pick up all three points at home.
Bray will be more than happy with their point on the road, it enables them to continue their unbeaten run which now extends to nine games.
Corner to Shels, this may be their last chance, overhit by Rooney but they get another corner which eventually wide.
Corner to Bray, this may be their last chance, its cleared
4 mins added time
Free kick to Bray on the half way line, it comes to nothing though
Both sides now have 10 mins plus added time to get a winner, this could go either way
Bray now in the ascendancy after that equalsing goal.
A neat one two between Kavanagh and O Farrell gives the latter a chance to strike past Clarke, a good goal
Bray now pressing hard for an equalsier but they are up against a very resolute Shels defence tonight
Clifford fouls a Bray player outside the box, gets a yellow card and presents a free kick to Shels
Shels have continued to dominate the game at the start of the second period
1-0 to the home side at the break, on the balance of play they deserve it as they created more chances from the possession they had . Bray did look dangerous on the break but as the first half progressed they were on the back foot more and more and eventually conceded the opening goal.
Great play by Rooney on the left, he whips in a great cross which by passes O' Connor but Brennan is on hand to smash it past Maher
Great footwork by Kavanagh but his final shot is high and wide, one of Bray's better chances
Great play by Rooney, he plays in a perfect cross for O' Connor who does not look as sharp as normal - he puts the header wide when it looked easier for him to score
Jones is caught in possession and is forced to concede a corner. This corner leads to another corner for Shels , the second one goes close but is cleared off the line. Shels now beginning to apply more concerted pressure on Bray
Ryan Brennan is down after an ackward challenge on a Bray defender, looks like he will be ok after some treatment
With 30 mins gone , it is a fairly even game so far. Shels have more possesion but Bray look more dangerous on the break.
Rooneys next corner is much better , O ' Connor gets his head on it but its gathered by Maher
Another corner to Shels, Rooney fails to clear the first defender and its cleared but Shels get another corner almost immediately. It cant be taken as the corner flag has fallen over and cannot be repaired - there is a replacement on the way !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Corner for Shels after O'Connors effort is deflected , it comes to nothing
Another quick break by Bray releases Conor Clifford, he tried to curl the ball into the top corner but its overhit and goes wide
Bray has settled into the game, Darren Craven has their first shot on goal but its wide of the post, Clarke does not have a shot to save.
Ten minutes gone here and no shot on goal yet.
Shels have started in a very positive fashion and are pinning Bray back into their own half
Early chance for the home side, great cross by Brennan and O' Connor heads it just wide of the post
Bray Manager Gary Cronin has made only one change after last week's 1-0 win over Treaty Utd, Aaron Barry starts instead of Mark Byrne.
Ian Morris has certainly recated to last weekend's 3-1 loss to Galway Utd by making four chnages to his starting line up. Out go Kevin O' Connor, Maxim Kougoun,JJ Lunney and Yassine El- Neyah to be replaced by Georgie Poynton,Luke Byrne, Kameron Ledwidge and Michael O' Connor
It's a nice calm evening at Tolka Park, the pitch will probably be slippy after all the rain earlier today but that should add to the entertainment factor for two sides who both like to play the ball on the deck.
Good evening and welcome to Tolka Park for tonight's First Division clash between Shelbourne and Bray Wanderers.
I'm Patrick O' Connor and i'll be bringing you live updates of the match.
Competition: 2021 League of Ireland First Division
Date: 7:45 p.m. Aug. 20, 2021