📸 Some final pics from Galway. Back in League action at home to Athlone on Monday night. https://t.co/zLqNUv84qM


After coming agonizingly close to a draw away to Longford earlier this week, Wexford will finally play the last of the run of away games tomorrow night at UCD AFC.


Conor Crowley's second half free-kick looked to have secured a 1-1 draw at Bishopsgate last Monday, but a late double from Aaron McCabe put a different spin on the match altogether.  Wexford will be seriously looking to shore things up at the back tomorrow night.


They can be pleased at least with the good competitive performance the team put in, and that UCD and Longford hold a similar place in the table.  Also, Wexford have no less than four ex-UCD players among their ranks.  Tom Murphy, Dan Tobin, Conor Crowley and Charlie Smith are all ex-Students who will be looking to put it up to their former side.   Last time out against UCD, Wexford secured a 1-1 draw thanks to a very late goal Conor English goal.    


In fitness news, Conor English is once again out through injury.  Azeez Yusuff has returned to full match fitness after his man-of-the-match performance against Longford Town, and Malike Hill-Benrouguibi and Liam Berry are also available for selection.




League of Ireland First Division

    Pld +/- Pts
8 Shamrock Rovers II 12 -5 8
9 Athlone Town 12 -16 6
10 Wexford FC 12 -22 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 5 1 9

Full table


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