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Wexford FC are delighted to welcome Jack Larkin to the club, the 20 year old midfielder joins on loan from Waterford FC. The Tramore native joined the Blues when he was 15 and began playing for their U17 team. He captained the Waterford U17s to Mark Farren Cup Final success in 2017 and won an U19 League Champions medal with them last year. Unfortunately he suffered a cruciate ligament injury during the season but is now back fully fit and raring to go at Ferrycarrig Park.

Jack was named in the Wexford FC squad that drew with League leaders Cabinteely at the weekend and was impressed with the performance on the night:

"It was the first time I was around the lads so it was nice to see what the team is about. I thought we knocked the ball around nicely and defended well and with a bit of luck we could have won the game. I'm looking forward to training with the team and getting going with Wexford, hopefully we can knock on and go on a good run."

Wexford FC take on Shamrock Rovers II on Saturday afternoon on match day 6 in the SSE Airtricity League First Division.




League of Ireland First Division

    Pld +/- Pts
8 Athlone Town 13 -15 9
9 Shamrock Rovers II 12 -5 8
10 Wexford FC 13 -23 6

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Women's National League

    Pld +/- Pts
2 Peamount Utd 6 17 15
3 Wexford Youths WFC 5 10 12
4 Cork City Women 6 2 12

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