Massive relegation scrap fixed for August 4
Published 31/07/2013 | 14:48
BRAY Wanderers' behemoth relegation scrap with Shelbourne has been fixed for this Sunday (August 4), with a 3.30pm kick off.
By the time the Seagulls kick off against Johnny McDonnell's rejuvenated outfit, they could be propping up the Premier Division table. Bohemians host UCD at Dalymount Park and a positive result for the Gypsies will lift them above Wicklow's premier club, consigning them to the foot of the table.
Pat Devlin has two men who could be in line to make their debut on Sunday.
Stephen Quigley and Ian Cowzer have both been added to the Seagulls squad this week.
Quigley, 28, has spent the last three seasons with Drogheda United and will add some much needed experience to Wanderers' youthful defence.
Cowzer is also a defender and the 22 year old right back signs from Peamount United.
And the Seasiders also discovered that their Leinster Senior Cup will be decided in August.
Their quarter final tie against Wayside Celtic will take place in Jackson Park on Sunday, August 18, at 2.30pm, pitting Celtic star Ross Zambra against his brother, Wanderers midfielder Dean Zambra.
Wayside Celtic v Bray Wanderers. Sunday, August 18. Jackson Park. 2.30pm.
Republic of Ireland U-19 v Norway, Carlisle. Tuesday, August 13. 7.00pm.