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Wexford FC finished a long, tough season on Friday night with a 2-0 win over Athlone Town at Ferrycarrig Park. The scoreline suggests a comfortable win but it was never that, Athlone Town a very different beast to the one that lost here 7-0 a few months ago.

Wexford struggled to find any fluidity with their passing on the night and the scoreline and result flattered us a bit but a win is a win. This young team has been excellent in the past few games without getting anything for it so the three points to finish the season was just reward.

There was just one change from the side that performed so well against Galway United, Owen McCormack missing out with a thigh injury with Adham Masood starting. Athlone began the better, Oliie Hamzet and George Mukete causing problems (Mukete with one of the misses of the season when he headed over from five yards after the ball came crashing off the crossbar back to him). The home team didn't create much, yet were 2 up at the break, Aaron Dobbs chesting an Adham Masood free kick into the net on 23 minutes. Dean Walsh doubled our advantage right on half time, the Athlone keeper making a mess of a clearance and Walsh tucking it calmly into the corner for his first since joining on loan from Waterford.

Athlone continued to press in a second half without too much incident while Wexfords best effort fell to Liam McCartan who almost scored against his old club with a left foot screamer that narrowly missed the top corner. Two nil it finished, a satisfying result and just the 4th win in a season of transition both on and off the pitch. Roll on 2019.

Wexford FC: Corey Chambers, Liam McCartan, Ross Kenny (c), Sean Kelly, John Morgan, Conor Sutton, Dean George (Craig O'Reilly 77) , Danny Doyle, Adham Masood (AJ Lehane 85) Dean Walsh (Sean Smithers 62) and Aaron Dobbs.  Subs Not Used: Kelan Gaffney, Vincent Quinlan and Colum Feeney.

Athlone Town: Michael Fogarty (Garmondeh Ta Uway), Aaron Brilly, Josh Hogan, George Mukete (Rory McCullough), Shane Stokes, Nika Kalandarishvilli, Patrick Kelly, Ciaran Burns, Ian Fletcher, Ollie Hamzet and Jamie Broderick (Kyle Hogan).  Subs Not Used: Daniel O'Donovan, Craig Canty and Robert O'Leary.

Check out the highlights below:



League of Ireland First Division

    Pld +/- Pts
8 Galway United 21 -8 16
9 Athlone Town 21 -20 16
10 Wexford FC 21 -24 11

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Women's National League

    Pld +/- Pts
1 Peamount United 12 44 36
2 Wexford Youths Women 13 30 31
3 Shelbourne FC 11 42 26

Full table


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