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Wexford FC U15s returned to winning ways on Saturday with a well deserved 1-0 win over Waterford FC at Ferrycarrig Park, Sean Fitzpatrick scoring his fifth goal of the season. It took a little while for the lads to settle, not surprising after their heavy defeat the week before, but they grew into the game and looked the more dangerous side despite the visitors having more of the possession. The goal came shortly after halftime, Fitzpatrick with a super left foot finish after racing through on goal from a Harry Curtis through ball. Wexford defended their lead well and had further chances to add to it, Fitzpatrick, Mikey Raggett and Darby Purcell all denied by Cummins in the Waterford goal, but one was enough in the end for the three points. Next up is an away trip to Marlay Park on Saturday to play UCD.

Wexford FC U17s made it two wins on the bounce with a good 2-0 win over Cobh Ramblers in Gorey to climb to 6th in the table (just 3 points off Waterford in 3rd) with the mid season break approaching. The goals came either side of half time, Darragh Levingston slotting away a penalty in the 41st minute and Brody Murphy making it 2-0 in the 49th (Brody unfortunately came off injured shortly after). The lads head up to the Carlisle Grounds on Thursday night to take on Bray Wanderers next.

Two draws for us on Sunday, first our U13s earned an excellent point away to Waterford FC, Kevin Barron scoring in the 21st minute to put us in front at the WIT Arena. The three points looked on till 7 minutes before the end when the visitors equalized for a share of the spoils. The lads are at Ferrycarrig Park on Saturday hosting UCD.

A similar story for our U19s who were unfortunate not to get all three points at St.Colman's Park vs Cobh Ramblers. Josh Murphy was on the end of an Andrew Farrell free kick to make it 1-0 in the 20th minute (his third goal of the season). Cobh had a great chance to level just before the half time break but missed a sitter from three yards. Within 5 minutes of the restart, Wexford were 2 up, Kieran Murphy pouncing on a rebound to score his fourth of the year. The lads looked comfortable till the 65th minute when the hosts scored after Wexford failed to clear a corner although there was an element of luck as an attempted clearance hit the back of a Wexford man and fell to Cobh's O'Sullivan who blasted in from close range. From then on Ramblers pressed forward relentlessly looking for the equaliser, and it eventually came in injury time, O'Sullivan again the scorer. Next up is Bray Wanderers away on Sunday which is the last League came before the mid season break. 

U15s Sean Fitzpatrick and Harry Curtis vs Waterford FC at Ferrycarrig Park on Saturday

U19s Wexford FC Starting XI vs Cobh Ramblers at St.Colman's Park on Sunday 

Check out the U15s win below:

U19 highlights vs Cobh below:

 

 

 

 

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