Wexford FC @WexfordFC U19s are at Ferrycarrig Park this afternoon as we host @Cabinteely_FC Kick off at 2pm. https://t.co/HLSpB1Y05b


With the senior team not in competitive action last week, the under-19 team took centre stage last Friday evening in Ferrycarrig Park when they hosted Bray Wanderers.

The teams entered the break level, but two second half goals for the home team made sure the 3 points stayed in the South East. First of all, Dean George stepped up to knock a free kick around the wall and in to the bottom corner of the net, before Danny Doyle headed home from a corner.

The win lifted the U19s off of the foot of the table, leap frogging their opponents in the process.

A special mention for Liam Berry, and Caellum Travers Devlin who were in the squad after stepping up from the under-17s.

Wexford FC U19: Adam Dempsey, Vinny Quinlan, Adam Rochford, Martin O'Connor, Neil Murphy, Michael Gardiner, Cian Doyle, Dean George, Dylan Bradley, Danny Doyle, Adam Feeney. Subs: Alan Maher-Broderick, Yaw Aboagye, Jack Healy, Robbie Kane, Liam Berry, Caellum Travers Devlin.

On Sunday afternoon, it was the turn of the under-17s, as they hosted Cork City. A win for the home team would have kept up the pressure on the top 4, and kept Wexford in the hunt for the playoffs. Wexford were handed a boost inside the first 32 minutes of the game when Cork City defender Jamie O'Sullivan picked up two yellow cards, and was sent for an early shower. The home team could not make their numericable advantage count however, and 3 second-half goals from the visitors sealed the win.

After the game, a disappointed manager Derek O'Brien spoke to Wexford FC TV. You can see the this interview, and the Cork City goals by clicking on the videos below.

Wexford FC U17: Colum Feeney, Jack Gallagher, Nathan O'Connor, Reece Murphy, Jason Daly, Paddy Barron, Caellum Travers Devlin, Stephen Kearns, Craig O'Reilly, Liam Berry, James Esser. Subs: Cian Foley, Conor Signorelli, Oscar Smith, Adham Masood.

 On Monday evening, the newest team in the Wexford FC family, the under-15's travelled to Mounthawk Park in Tralee to face Kerry. Two quick goals in the first half gave the hosts a half-time lead, but they were not prepared for the comeback by Wexford in the second half.

Just 6 minutes in to the second half, Darragh Levingston scored direct from a free kick. 8 minutes later, James Dowling levelled the scores. Not content to sit on the 1 point though, Evan Farrell unleashed a long range rocket to put Wexford ahead and ensure they kept their spot at the top of the table.

Wexford FC U15: Cian Browne, Sean O'Brien Murphy, Shane Gibson, Cormac Doyle, Kyle Scallan, Darragh Levingston, Evan Farrell, Cian Kinlough, Graham O'Reilly, Brian Byrne, Cormac Bruce. Subs: James Dowling, Darragh McGuire, Darragh O'Donoghue, Rian Fitzpatrick, Brody Murphy, Dylan Whelan, David Murphy.



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