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Founded: 1942 Ground: Carlisle Grounds Capacity: 5,000

Admission prices for 2006

Bray Wanderers have announced details of the following admission prices for the upcoming season:

Adults: 12
Student: 10
Child/OAP: 6

Tony McGuirk becomes Manager  of the Senior Team.............

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Bray Wanderers manager Pat Devlin hands over the reins to Tony McGuirk

Devlin will stay involved at the Carlisle Grounds as Director of Football but he has admitted that he must step aside from the day-to-day running of the club in order to concentrate properly on his new role as Republic of Ireland B manager.

Devlin said: "I feel it is only fair to the Bray fans, players and officials that I make this move."

Courtesy of The Examiner

Premier Division
Teams
Pts
Drogheda United 26
Shelbourne 25
Cork City 24
Derry City 23
St. Patrick's Ath. 20
Sligo Rovers 14
Dublin City 14
Bohemians 13
U.C.D. 11
Longford Town 7
Bray Wanderers 6
Waterford United 3

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Can you name these two squads

Bray Wanderers V Trabzonspor 1990.Tolka Park

Att:6,000

Bray Wanderers V St' Francis ,FAI cup 1990,Landsdowne Rd

Att 35,000

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How to get to The Carlisle

Transport to Ground:
via Road: Take the N-11 out of Dublin, or approaching the South.
Approaching from the Dublin Road, cross the Dargle Bridge and turn left at the lights, down Quinnsboro Road. The ground is on your left just before the level crossing
via Train: DART from Connolly station stops right beside Carlisle Ground.
via Bus: 45 and 45A from City centre stops outside ground.
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