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Bray Wanderers (Away, 05th Jul 2023) match thread


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Prematch Polls  

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  1. 1. What will the result be in this game?

    • Home Win
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    • Draw
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    • Away Win
  2. 2. Who should start for the Dee?

    • GK Adam Legzdins
    • GK Harrison Sharp
    • GK Jon McCracken
    • DEF Cammy Kerr
    • DEF Tyler French
    • DEF Owen Beck
    • DEF Lee Ashcroft
    • DEF Antonio Portales
    • DEF Joe Shaughnessy
    • MID Jordan McGhee
    • MID Shuan Byrne
    • MID Max Anderson
    • MID Lyall Cameron
    • MID Josh Mulligan
    • MID Finlay Robertson
    • MID Scott Tiffoney
    • MID Charlie Reilly
    • MID Luke McCowan
    • FOR Zach Ribinson
    • FOR Zak Rudden


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We travel to Ireland for our pre-season training camp and whilst there will play matches against Bray Wanderers and Fleetwood Town. See below for all match information, ticket information and travel advice for these two matches.

Wednesday 5th July

7:30pm Kick Off

Carlisle Grounds – Bray

Admission will be:

Adults €10

Under 18s €5

There is the option to purchase tickets in advance from the home team website, click HERE or you can pay at the gate on the day.

Ground: Carlisle Grounds

Address: Quinsborough Road, Bray, County Wicklow

How to get there from Dublin:

By Car – From Dublin: Take the N11 out of Dublin or M50 Southbound.

Exit the M50/N11 merge at junction 5 Bray North. At the roundabout take the second exit towards Bray. Continue straight on along the Dublin Road, cross the Dargle Bridge and turn left at the lights just beyond the Royal Hotel. Continue down Quinnsborough Road. The Carlisle is on your left just before the level crossing.

By Bus – Dublin Bus numbers 145 from Dublin City Centre, 84 (from Blackrock) or 45A from Dun Laoghaire.

Routes 84 & 45A both go to Bray DART station, which is beside the Ground. Route 145 stops in Bray Main Street which is a short walk to the Ground.

By Train – Journey time is 40 minutes from Dublin City Centre.

Most south-east-bound trains stop at Bray, as do most trains from the South-east to Dublin. When you arrive at the station, leave by the main exit and turn right. The entrance and turnstiles are visible from there.

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23 hours ago, Reverend Lovejoy said:

Still a few young lads with the squad making up the numbers. Noticed Callum Lamb, Jack Wilkie, Euan Mutale and no45 (Thomas Welsh?) who wasn't listed on Saturday. Anyone put a name to him?. Also don't see the trialist l/back, Reilly and obviously the long term injured lads.

Luke Graham is 45 I think mate.

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