Issy looks pleased after opening the scoring

Ismahil Akinade is Player of the Month for August

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U19′s beat Shamrock Rovers

September 14, 2014September 14, 2014
Eoin Rossi scored one of the young Gull's goals

Bray Wanderers Under-19s brought three points home from a trip to the AUL to face Shamrock Rovers.

A hard-fought encounter reached its half-way point scoreless, and the hosts gained the lead early in the second half through Boyd.

Eoin Rossi scored an equaliser for the Gulls just minutes later.

But twenty minutes later he got his marching orders, and it was Dylan Travers who got the winner in the last minutes of the match.

It ended 2-1 to the young Seagulls.

Next up for Wanderers is a home game against Salthill Devon at the Carlisle next Saturday 20th September with a 2pm kick off.

Issy is Player of the Month for August

September 14, 2014
Ismahil AkinadeIsmahil Akinade has been voted Supporters Club Player of the Month for August.  Issy will be presented with his award at an upcoming game at the Carlisle

RTÉ Two to show Bray Wanderers v St Patrick’s Athletic

September 9, 2014September 9, 2014
RTÉ_Sport_Logo RTÉ have confirmed that they will broadcast the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division game between Bray Wanderers and St Patrick’s Athletic on Friday, September 19. The live programme, which will be broadcast on RTE Two, will commence at 7pm with the game kicking-off at 7.05pm.

Bohemians 2-1 Bray Wanderers

September 6, 2014September 6, 2014
Sen Noble gets in his crossWanderers got off to a bad start in this crucial game at Dalymount Park on Friday evening conceding a goal on 9 minutes with Bohemians dominating the remainder of the first half. Worse was to follow as the home side doubled their score two minutes into the second period when ex Seagull, Jason Byrne, scored. It was only in the last twenty minutes that Wanderers got into full flow and reduced Bohs lead when Ryan Swan's shot was deflected into the Bohemian's net by another ex player Jason Byrne. Given that Wanderers fielded a team minus 6 first team regulars who were missing either by injury or suspension this was a satisfactory performance.

U19 Fixtures released

July 18, 2014July 18, 2014
Bray Wanderers CrestBray Wanderers under 19 team start the 2014/15 season  on 31st August with a bye.  They then have a home fixture against Wexford Youth on 7th September.  For full under 19 fixture list click on Club then on under 19 team.

Chairman reassures fans on the future

July 11, 2014July 11, 2014
Eddie Cox04smallerBray Wanderers have moved to reassure their supporters and the wider community that the Seagulls are in good hands after a media report based on last year’s accounts suggested that there was ‘significant doubt’ about the future of the club. Chairman Eddie Cox said that since those accounts were filed significant steps have been taken to put Bray Wanderers on a more secure and sustainable footing. Read more...

Bray Wanderers in new partnership with Shoreline Leisure

June 13, 2014June 13, 2014
Kevin Kelly, Manager of Shoreline Leisure , puts Wanderers player, Rob Maloney, through his paces

The Bray Wanderers players will be fighting fit for their matches after they formed a new partnership with Shoreline Leisure.

The Seagulls’ players will receive membership of the Shoreline Leisure Bray on the Southern Cross Road as part of a contra sponsorship deal estimated to be worth €40,000 over a five year period to the Airtricity League Premier Division football club.

They’ll be able to work on their strength and conditioning by using the leisure centre’s state-of-the-art facilities, which include hi-tech gyms and weights rooms, sports halls and fitness classes – while the squad can also use the swimming pools for recovery sessions after matches.

The partnership has been hailed as a perfect match between Wicklow’s premier health and fitness group and Wicklow’s premier football team.

It is the latest move by Wanderers to enlist the support of local business since the club embarked on radical new campaign to secure their future by forming a community-owned company – Bray Wanderers Community Football Club (BWCFC) – to help raise funds to run the football club and finance projects to develop amenities for the local community at the Carlisle Grounds.

The 300 Club launched by BWCFC at the beginning of May has already seen a significant take up of the memberships.

Shoreline Leisure have fitness centres in Bray and Greystones – boasting swimming pools, state-of-the-art gyms and weights rooms, sports halls and fitness classes. The company also has the Shoreline Sports Park in Charlesland, which has a 400m all-weather athletics track, astro pitches, tennis and basketball courts, rock climbing and other facilities.

Shoreline Leisure Bray manager Kevin Kelly said: “This is a great partnership for Shoreline Leisure and Bray Wanderers – Wicklow’s premier health and fitness group with Wicklow’s premier football club.

“These are exciting times at Bray Wanderers and we’re thrilled to be able to play our part by getting involved and supporting the team – it’s great to think that we have a role to play in the success of the Seagulls!”

“We are looking forward to having the likes of Jake Kelly and Robert Maloney rubbing shoulders with our other Shoreline members, who will be able to witness the kind of dedication elite athletes put into their fitness regimes. It can only have a positive impact on those wanting to lead healthier lifestyles.”

Bray Wanderers President Philip Hannigan said: “This partnership with Shoreline Leisure is precisely the sort of support that will help Bray Wanderers deliver for our community both on and off the pitch.

“Since launching the new Bray Wanderers Community Football Club initiative we’ve had a great response from the supporters, local businesses and the community in general – they realise the more we put into our local football club, the more everyone will benefit from it.”

Bray Wanderers manager Alan Mathews said that the fans should see the benefits of the new partnership on the pitch.

“Myself and the players are really excited by this deal and are very grateful for the help and support given to us by Shoreline we are delighted to have formed an alliance with them. Strength and conditioning is now an integral part of player development and has become a vey important facet of the game. The state-of-the-art gym facilities at Shoreline will help players develop strength, speed and endurance and therefore allow them to make the most of their ability.”

“In addition to the top class gym facilities Shoreline provide us with we have the added benefit of being able to conduct recovery sessions in the swimming pool, which hopefully will lead to injury prevention going forward. Our Physio Ed Foley and Fitness coach Ross Hamilton are developing programmes for the players and working with them on an individual basis and from a manager’s perspective, anything that encourages the players to work hard and improve themselves is most welcome.”