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The Youths host top of the table Peamount United at Ferrycarrig Park this Saturday, in front of hopefully the biggest crowd of the season.


There will be plenty of tickets on sale at the gate, so all are very welcome to join us to cheer on the Youths. 


If you’re not a regular, you’ve joined us at the best possible time.  As it stands, it is a three horse race for the league title.  Peamount lead the way on 43 points from 16 games, Shelbourne follow in second with 43 points from 17 games, and rounding out the three is Wexford Youths with 39 points from 16 games.


A win for Wexford makes the entire race far too close to call, and an unbelievable couple of months of run-in to look forward to.  A draw meanwhile, brings Shelbourne right back into the mix, with both rivals dropping points.  A lot is at stake in what is always a scintillating tie.


Both sides are going in spotless records in terms of form.  Peamount go in with 6 wins on the bounce, you have to look all the way back to 3rd of July for their last league defeat - a 4-3 defeat away to Shelbourne.  In their last 6 league games, Peamount have conceded just 3 goals and scored 19.  


Same story for Wexford, their form going into this game is simply spotless.  Wexford have now have 7 wins in a row, which brings us back to Wexford’s last encounter with Peamount at PRL Park, which was a 2-2 draw.  For Wexford it’s 15 goals scored and 4 conceded, nothing to separate the sides based on form.  Wexford will be strongly boosted by that shock 1-0 win over Shelbourne, giving them huge confidence.  


Of course the transfers of Lauren Kelly and Della Doherty between Wexford and Peamount have been significant for both sides, but this Saturday could also potentially see the début of brand new signing Teegan Lynch.  Lynch joins us from Sion Swifts, and is a member of the same underage Ireland squad that features star players like Ellen Molloy, Aoibheann Clancy, and Della Doherty.  Lynch has also been a regular goalscorer with Sion Swifts as well as Ireland's U19s.


If you can't join us at Ferrycarrig Park on the day, be sure to tune in on LOITV.ie for another livestream, with live commentary from Ronan McCarthy and Nicola Dunphy


Kickoff at Ferrycarrig Park is set for 6.30pm


League of Ireland First Division

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

Full table


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

Full table


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