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Wolohan the hero as Bray progress

Published 10/02/2012 | 05:00

A try from left-wing Eamonn Wolohan in the 64th minute in Kilternan earned Pres Bray a quarter-final spot with the winners of Sunday's encounter between St Michael's and Castleknock.

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This was an even affair, with both sides always keen to use the ball in testing conditions. Wesley opened the scoring when No 8 Padraig Cullen crashed over after some good phases, with captain Andrew Scanlon then supplying a penalty.

Pres Bray began to up the ante in attack and right-wing Darren Walsh made the pressure pay when touching down. Fly-half Conor Byrne then levelled matters going into the final quarter with a penalty.

It was a scenario that needed a hero and up stepped Wolohan, who had moved to scrum-half, when he popped up on the outside of the Wesley defence to score the winning try.

Pres Bray -- J Salley; E Wolohan, S Gilbert, C Martin, D Walsh; C Byrne (E Doyle 42), D Curran (D Traynor 67); D Molloy, L Brennan, L Downer; L Hogan (B Gonouya 45), E Hunt; D McGrath, S Maloney, S Gorman.

Wesley -- J Corrigan; D Cullen (D McGrane h-t), T Doolan, D Gilmer, M Crimmins; A Scanlon (capt), J Maybury; A Chandler, I Pollock, D Paul; L Daly (S Dalby h-t), A Nicholl; S Carmody, S May, P Cullen.

REF -- A Fogarty (Leinster Branch).

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