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Quilty quality shows as Tramore cruise

BOHEMIANS........................................................0

TRAMORE...........................................................4

Tramore eased to a comfortable victory over Bohemians in the Waterford Premier League at Ben Wadding Park on Sunday last as Tramore controlled the contest from start to finish, Leigh Quilty was the star of the show for Tramore as he hit two cracking goals.

It took Tramore less than eight minutes to open the scoring as Leigh Quilty whipped over a left-wing corner-kick and after Joe Watson saw his effort cleared off the line by Brian Nolan, it was Martin Whelan that hammered the rebound to the net from close range.

Dylan Power made a great save to deny Tramore a second goal less than two minutes later when he tipped a Quilty free-kick around the post and the impressive winger went close again on 38 minutes, but his volley after a Watson cross flashed inches over the bar.

Bohemians offered very little going forward as it was all Tramore and Leigh Quilty got the first of his two goals three minutes later when he scored direct from a right-wing corner-kick with 'keeper Power unsighted.

The second half saw much of the same as the Tramore onslaught on the Bohemians goal continued with both Stephen Grant and Robbie Phelan going close and when Quilty added a third goal on the hour mark the game was up for Bohs.

Joe Watson scored the final goal of the game on 84 minutes with a clinical right-footed finish from 16 yards following a Stephen Grant pass to complete the win for Tramore.

BOHEMIANS: Dylan Power, Adam Heaslip, Matthew Billingham, Leo Jacques, David Whittle, David Kennedy, Bobby Keoghan, Brian Nolan (Thomas Croke '48), Zach Shanahan (James Connolly '66),Shane Nolan, Clive Prendergast (Stephen McLawrence '57).

TRAMORE: Mark O'Reilly, Ross Douglas, Craig Maher (Ian Stenson '68), Stephen Grant, Michael Grant (Michael Kavanagh '79), Martin Whelan, Sean Browne (Micheal Downey '63), Robbie Butler, Christopher Grace, Joe Watson, Leigh Quilty.

Referee: John Purcell.