Derry City maintained their 100% start to their Premier Division campaign with a comfortable win over Bray Wanderers.
Stewart Greacen headed home the opener in the 19th minute and David McDaid ran 20 yards before knocking the ball over Darren Quigley six minutes later.
Rory Patterson scored the third with a 34th-minute penalty after he had been brought down in the area and Quigley was sent-off for the offence.
Patterson cut inside a defender and curled home the fourth on 67 minutes.
Stephen McLaughlin forced two good saves from Quigley during the opening exchanges at the Carlise Grounds.
Patrick McEleney then whipped in the free-kick which Greacen headed in from six yards after he was left unmarked.
McDaid extended the Candystripes' lead and Brian Kane replaced Quigley after he was harshly sent-off before Patterson's penalty.
Barry Molloy fired wide early in the second half and McEleney provided the pass which allowed Patterson to score his second.