Quinn double helps kill off nine-man Bray
Bray Wanderers 0 Limerick 4
Published 27/08/2011 | 05:00
BRAY had two players sent off as Limerick dumped them out at the Carlisle Grounds last night.
After Paudie Quinn gave the Shannonsiders a first-half lead, both Adam Mitchell and Danny O'Connor saw red as Denis Behan's second-half penalty all but sealed it for Pat Scully's side.
Garbhan Coughlan and Quinn again wrapped it up.
Bray Wanderers --Quigley; Shane O'Connor (Knight 63), Prendergast, Mitchell, Massey; Doyle; Danny O'Connor; Shields (Mulroy 51); Kelly, Zambra; Murphy (McGuinness 80)
Limerick FC -- Ryan; Treacy, Purcell, White, Bhandarkar (Broughall 70 mins); Sheedy (Hynes 78), O'Leary, Judge, Brosnan (Coughlan 62); Quinn, Behan
Ref -- R Rogers (Dublin)
Drogheda United 1
LOUTH's deadly rivals will meet again on Tuesday for a quarter-final place after 10-man Drogheda held out for a draw.
Mark Quigley cancelled out Dave Rogers' early strike on the stroke of half-time with a penalty after Stephen Quigley was sent off for hauling down Mark Griffin.
DROGHEDA UNITED -- Duggan; Quigley, McNally, Rogers, Hand; M O'Brien, Gannon, Lynch, Brennan; Mulvenna, Corcoran (White 81)
DUNDALK -- Cherrie; Madden, Hawkins, McHugh, Murphy; Kearns, Bolger, Bennett (Ward 67), Gaynor; Griffin (Byrne 66), Quigley.
Ref -- D Hancock (Dublin).