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O'Leary Spot On For Bath

Max O’Leary has now saved a remarkable four penalties for Bath City this season.

The City keeper has been in fine form for his loan club and helped inspire a 4-1 win over St Albans on Saturday.

He kept out Shaun Lucien’s effort in the second half, in a match which also saw Shawn McCoulsky score his first goal for the club.

It comes a week after O’Leary produced another of his spot-kick save in a 4-0 win over Truro City.

In the 75th minute, with the score at 1-0, O’Leary leapt across his goal to keep Niall Thompson’s spot-kick.

The heroic moment gave Bath a new lease of life as they racked up a further three goals in 14 minutes to complete a rout.

O’Leary has previous; in 2013 he saved three penalties in one game for City Under-18s in a friendly with Cheltenham Town (video below).

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