Myler hails defence as UCD remain unbeaten

League of Ireland First Division– UCD 0– Bray Wanderers 0

By Dave Donnelly

UCD’s unbeaten begin to the season continued with a hard-fought scoreless draw with Bray Wanderers in Belfield on Friday evening.

The Students kept their second successive clean sheet, adhering to a 4-0 win away to Cobh Ramblers six days earlier, to relocate 5th in the table with 5 factors after three games.

Both sides created a huge selection of chances on an entertaining evening in Dublin 4 as the site visitors recorded their 3rd straight draw, having played out a thrilling 3-3 connection with Shelbourne a week previously.

Andy Myler’s University side were not surprisingly the same following the win in Cork, when Liam Kerrigan got on dual in an impressive striking performance

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Eoin Farrell of UCD in action UCD vs Bray Wanderers IMAGE– Martin Doherty The Seagulls began highly, nevertheless, and threatened early via Shamrock Rovers loanee Brandon Kavanagh as well as Ryan Graydon. Previous Bohs winger Graydon dragged his shot broad of the post before Kavanagh, who scored two times in the draw in Tolka, attracted Lorcan Healy right into a routine save from a free kick. UCD had the round in the internet midway via the very first half as captain Paul Doyle played in Colm Whelan, yet the striker had his initiative dismissed for offside. Sean Brennan, a wintertime signing from Southampton, saw his battery swerve vast as half-time approached with neither objective being troubled. The Trainees could have had a penalty quickly after the break when full-back Evan Weir seemed dropped in the box, yet umpire Kevin O’Sullivan was unsure. Bray had the much better of the last half-hour and midfielder Kavanagh teed up alternative Joe Doyle, but his fragile chip diverted vast of the message. Liam Kerrigan of UCD as well as Mark Byrne of Bray Wanderers at work at Belfield.PHOTO– Martin Doherty Doyle was rejected by Healy
soon after that as a lengthy ball from caretaker Brian Maher discovered the previous UCD striker, and Graydon transformed the rebound vast. Former Sligo Rovers playmaker Kerrigan fired a shot over for the Trainees in the last minutes prior to attracting a save from Maher as the spoils were cooperated Belfield.”It was a truly challenging, hard-fought video game in between decent sides,”manager Andy Myler informed Irish Football Fan TELEVISION after the connection.”We’re happy with the defensive component of our game however were possibly missing that

last ball to unlock as well as perhaps ought to have had a peno.” I’m happy adequate general with the performance and also it’s an additional tidy sheet– 2 straight– which is something we’ve been seeking to do this year.”A draw was a fair outcome and also I think, on another night, it goes your

method and also you could nick it yet that’s what it would certainly be, it would be just nicking it. ” UCD vs Bray Wanderers PHOTO– Martin Doherty UCD host a south Dublin derby on Friday evening as Cabinteely check out the Dish as they look to proceed their 100% beginning to the season. Cabo saw their game with Galway United cancelled in the nick of time complying with a validated Covid situation, however the video game is anticipated to go on as prepared.”It’s a regional derby for here, so we would certainly expect a truly hard game, as it constantly protests Cabinteely. They have actually started the period really well and also have some actually great gamers.”

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