Date: 16th July 2007 at 10:31am
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Mick McCarthy and his men are off to Ireland this week. Two games have been organised as the team step up their pre-season.

Wolves will be training for 4 days in Ireland and if you are there this is where to find them – AUL (Athletic Union Football League) Complex, Clonshaugh, Co. Dublin.
The team will train on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 10am and 1pm.

The first game for Wolves will be against Bray Wanderers. This is a testimonial game for Kieran ‘Tarzan’ O’Brien.
Bray is to the south of Dublin in County Wicklow.

Venue – Carlisle Grounds, Quinsborough Road, Bray
Kick off – 7.45pm
Date – Wednesday July 18th

Tickets – £11 adults, £6 children/OAP’s. The ground has a capacity of 7,000.

Getting to Bray – They are regular trains from Dublin Connolly Station to Bray – Times and prices can be found HERE

Where to drink – There are many pubs within the Bray area, visit HEREto see what is on offer


The 2nd game will see Wolves taking on Bohemians FC. The game is part of the deal that saw Stephen Ward move to Wolves.

Bohemians are located in Dublin and play at Dalymount Park

Match details

Venue – Dalymount Park, Phibsborough, Dublin 7
Kick off – 3pm
Date – Sunday July 22nd

Tickets – £16 Adults, £9 Children/OAP

Where to drink – Dublin is well stocked with pubs. For a selection of pubs near to the ground visit HERE

Vital Wolves will bring you match previews for both games. Wolves should be announcing the squad that will travel in the next 24 hours.