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Wexford will look to turn around the recent run of results this Friday night at home to Cabinteely.


Wexford FC have been the bogey team for Cabinteely for the past few seasons, and this year more than ever.  Wexford got their first win of the year in convincing fashion at Stradbrook in a 2-0 victory in May this year, and doubled down on their advantage with a memorable 3-0 win in the FAI Cup last month.


It is always a game with added spice, not just due to the off-the-field matters, but also the large number of players that have transferred between the sides.  Most recently, former Wexford Captain Dan Tobin made the switch to the South Dublin based side.


All fans are welcome to attend, with increased capacity meaning there will be plenty of tickets on sale for anyone who wishes to attend.  But if you prefer, this match will also be broadcast live as always on LOITV, with Ronan McCarthy and U19 Manager James Quinn providing commentary.


In team news, Wexford will be without Kieran Murphy, Paul Cleary, and Cian Kelly all due to injury.  Jack Connolly is nearing a return after a number of weeks out, and of course the side will be boosted with the news of Evan Farrell's international call up.


Kick off at Ferrycarrig Park is set for 7.45pm


League of Ireland First Division

    Pld +/- Pts
8 Cabinteely 23 -18 22
9 Cobh Ramblers 22 -23 19
10 Wexford FC 23 -25 15

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Women's National League

    Pld +/- Pts
2 Shelbourne 19 31 46
3 Wexford Youths Women FC 18 34 43
4 DLR Waves 17 13 32

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