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Youths take a point despite Shels onslaught

Wexford Youths will be counting themselves lucky after leaving Tolka Park with a point after an entertaining, albeit one-sided goaless draw in the capital. Shelbourne dominated the possession from the start and had numerous efforts to take all three points but they just could not break the deadlock and will be left fuming with this result as they push towards the latter stage of the season. 723 more words


Give Him a Ball (And a Yard of Grass)

IRELAND continued

Match #174

Cobh Ramblers 0 Wexford Youths 3

@ St Colman’s Park

League of Ireland First Division

11 July 2015

Attendance: 224 (Head Count) 1,081 more words


Shels triumph in Wexford - Friday 5 June 2015

On a blustery evening in Ferrycarrig Park, Shels struggled against a strong wind and a determined Wexford Youths team to eventually gain the upper hand and secure another three valuable league points. 449 more words


Wexford Youth's dominate in Continental Tyres Women’s National League Team of the Season plus Aine O'Gorman and Ciara Rossiter crowned Player of the Year

UCD Waves Aine O’Gorman has been named as the Continental Tyres Women’s National League Player of the Year for 2014-15.  Ciara Rossiter of Wexford Youths Women’s AFC was selected as the Young Player of the Year. 394 more words

Continental Tyres Women's National League (WNL)

Lights out for Shels as Youths take 3 points

Technical glitches at Tolka Park were just the icing on the cake on what was an embarrassing night for Shelbourne. Nonetheless, two of the favourites for promotion this season, Shelbourne and Wexford Youths entertained the crowd. 712 more words


Promotion contenders clash at Tolka Park

It is third against fourth at Tolka Park on Friday night as Wexford travel to the capital to face promotion rivals Shelbourne in a tie that neither side will want to be on the losing end of. 453 more words


Wexford Youths crowned FAI Continental Tyres Women's National League Champions 2015

There is a new name added to the FAI Continental Tyres Women’s National League title this season. Wexford Youths Women were crowned FAI Continental Tyres Women’s National League champions for the first time after securing a 2-1 away victory to reigning champions Raheny United at Morton Stadium.  314 more words