Early on, Simon Cox had Bray in front amid very stormy conditions at the Bullring before Luke Hayden (pictured) responded from a short corner rebound. Rob Abbott got his side ahead before the break with an upright reverse, again from a corner rebound but Cox got his eighth of the season early in the second period to make it 2-2.
Ledwidge, though, popped up with his first goal since his move from PSBPP to take a three-point lead at the top of division two with a seventh successive win.
Suttonians 5 (Vikram Singh 2, Richie Wormold, Ed Hipwell, Conor Gillett) Dublin University 0
Suttonians showed no ill effects from the departure of their two Pakistani players as they disposed of Trinity in their first league encounter of 2009.
Richie Wormold and Vikram Singh made it 2-0 by half-time before further goals from Singh, Ed Hipwell and Conor Gillett gave the side a comfortable win and close the gap on the top trio, keeping hopes high of a potential play-off place.
Navan 1 (Allan McCulloch) Avoca 2 (Will Aylmer, Stephen Day)
Avoca scraped a win over Navan at Sportslink in a hard-fought battle. Navan took the lead inside five minutes from the penalty spot. Sebastian Percivalle had made an initial save from a Navan shot but the rebound was directed onto a foot giving Allan McCulloch the chance from the spot.
Will Aylmer drew the game level, knocking in a pull back from the endline and Stephen Day got the winner early in the second half after a great move. Day took the ball on from the halfway, exchanging a one-two with Carl Breaden before hitting home from the top of the circle.
Weston 5 (Shane O’Hare 2, Phil Barron, Garvan Drohan, Adrian Graham) Naas 1 Ciaran Davenport)