Saturday, July 17, 2010

Bray fail Students Test AGAIN

Ciaran Kilduff claimed the match ball as his stunning hat-trick saw UCD put Bray Wanderers to the sword in their Premier Division clash at Belfield.

Two months ago, College rattled in five second half goals to
dismantle the Wicklow club 6-0 at the Carlisle Grounds. And they put on a similar performance before their home fans as Kilduff registered a 21 minute hat-trick.

Having lost their last four Airtricity League Premier Division games,
two goals in three minutes early in the second period by the former Shamrock Rovers ace gave Martin Russell's young guns their first victory at the Bowl since the end of May.

Wanderers's custodian Brian Kane had terrific opening period as he thwarted Kilduff on no less than four occasions. But it all went pear-shaped for the Bray stopper between the 51st and
53rd minutes.

Paul O'Conor's low drove from the edge of the box hit Kilduff on the ankle. The ball was cleared with Keith Ward teeing up O'Conor. His fierce 25-yard shot was tipped onto the crossbar by Kane.

Kilduff was first to react and nodded in from four-yards. The
Wanderers keeper felt the attacker was offside. And lashed the ball towards Assistant referee Rhona Daly and was booked for his protests. The 'College faithful were still celebrating when they double that lead in the 53rd minute. Full-back Michael Kelly whipped in a right flank cross.

Kane spilled under pressure from Kilduff with the big striker bundling in the rebound despite Wanderers claims for a foul.

The Seasiders nearly pulled one back in the 55th minute as Shane
O'Neill's speculate 25-yard left footed shot dipped beyond Ger Barron, but it crashed back off the bar. It was 3-0 after 71 minute as Kilduff climbed to second in the top-flight scoring charts with his eighth of the campaign.

Latching onto a measured through ball from Robbie Creevy, the front man lashed a low 20-yard effort past Kane's despairing dive

Substitute Greg Bolger then get in on the act with 14 minutes remaining. Only seconds on the pitch, he played a neat one-two with Kilduff before curling a low right footed shot to the bottom corner from 16-yards.

But right on the final whistle, referee Padraig Sutton brandished a
red card to Bray midfielder Chris Shields for a late tackle and then
dismissed Bolger for his part in the aftermath.

UCD: 1 Ger Barron; 2 Michael Kelly (12 Gareth Matthews 65), 5 Evan McMillan, 4 Andy Boyle, 3 Ciaran Nangle; 10 Dwayne Wilson (13 Paul Corry 85), 7 Paul O'Conor, 6 Robbie Creevy (14 Greg Bolger 74), 8 Keith Ward; 11 Graham Rusk; 9 Ciaran Kilduff,

Subs not used: 15 Stephen Roche, 16 Billy Brennan

Bray Wanderers: 1 Brian Kane; 2 Shane O'Connor, 4 Derek Prendergast, 5 Danny O'Connor, 3 Dane Massey; 7 Shane O'Neill (12 Daire Doyle 82), 6 Chris Shields, 8 David Webster (16 James Kavanagh 77), 11 Jake Kelly; 9 Robbie Doyle (17 Ian Tuohy 77), 10 John Mulroy.

Subs not used: 14 Adam O'Connor, 15 Adam Mitchell.

Referee: Padraig Sutton (Clare).

Thursday, July 15, 2010

UCD V Bray Team News

Bray Wanderers travel to Belfield to take on UCD, in this must win Airtricity Premier Division game for the Seagulls. (Friday 16th July Belfield Bowl K.O. 7 ;45)

Team news for Wanderers is as follows.
Richie Baker will once again miss out, He is Bray's only definite non starter,but midfielder Chris Shields is a doubt with a toe injury, however Eddie Gormley is confident the big midfielder will be o.k. to start and he will not make a decision until the last minute. new signing from Derby County Graham Kelly into his squad for the game.


The Seagulls will be hoping to get a win over the students as the last time the two sides met the students won by 6 goals to nil

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We will have live updates on East Coast from from 7;45 with Padraic Moran


Padraic

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Thursday 15th July

Thursday 15th July
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


The closure of 1800hotels was just one of the topics covered on today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard further comment on the problem from Travel agent, John Galligan and Holiday Doctor Joe Supple. We also heard from listener Sarah O’Neill who was one of many effected.

Today’s Morning Show was broadcast live from the Porterhouse in Bray to celebrate this years’ Bray Summerfest. We were joined on the seafront by festival Director, Mick Glynn who gave us the line-up for the coming days. We also spoke to Wendy Walsh of Glenroe Farms and heard about the airshow from Pilot Eddie Goggins. We heard music from The Shoos and Jerry Fish ahead of their festival gigs and political correspondent, Padraig Gallagher filled us in on the latest details on Senator Ivor Callely’s expenses drama.

Historian Mary Davies also joined us on the seafront to discuss the history of the seaside town of Bray and local politicians Deputy Joe Behan and Liz Mc Manus and Councillor David Grant dropped down to review the papers and talk about local issues.

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Guy tries to touch the World Cup!!

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Wednesday 14th July


Wednesday 14th July
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


The closure of 1800hotels was just one of the topics covered on today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard the latest details from Holiday doctor Joe Supple and we heard stories from a number of effected listeners.

On this morning’s show we heard details on the latest ESRI report, author and researcher Tomas Conifrey told us about the rising unemployment and emigration figures, we discussed a proposal to silence burglar alarms with residents association spokesperson Malachi Steenson and Wilkin Security, Technical Manager, Frank Anderson and we heard details on the arklow seabreeze festival which is taking place this weekend(16th-18th July) from festival organiser, Colm Moules.

The Morning Show also featured an interview about child obesity. Dr Donal O’ Shea – consultant endocrinologist and director of the weight management clinic at st columcille's hospital in loughlinstown discussed if lack of exercise is one of the main reasons for child obesity or their weight problem is the reason why some children are so inactive.

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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Tuesday 13th July

Tuesday 13th July
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


Bankruptcy and the Irish system was just one of the topics covered on today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard explanation from Financial Advisor and author of Your Money, Your Life – a guide to managing your finaces, Liam Croke.

On this morning’s show we details on the latest house price report from Daft.ie economist, Ronan Lyons, we got the latest details from Inisowen from Northern Ireland Journalist, Eamonn Mc Dermott and we health and fitness consultant Helen Walsh told us why this is the time that most people give up their diets, you can contact Helen on www.helenwalsh.ie

The Morning Show also featured a discussion about the future of Dublin waste and how Ballynagran may be affected. We were joined in studio by Greenstar, MD, Jerry Dempsey and also heard comment from Councillor Pat Casey and Ballynagran Action Group, spokesperson, Dieter Clissman.

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Monday, July 12, 2010

The Morning Show with Declan Meehan, Monday 12th July

Monday 12th July
The Morning Show with Declan Meehan


The on-going problem with housing sex offenders in the area was just one of the topics covered on today’s Morning Show with Declan Meehan. We heard further comment on the problem and on last weeks Wicklow Council resolution from Labour leader Eamonn Gilmore.

On this morning’s show we also heard how to deal with difficult neighbours from Greystones solicitor Mark Felton, Irish Times Pricewatcher Conor Pope explained why so many well known brands are disappearing from the supermarket shelves and we discussed the world cup final.

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