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New Season Kick Off Postponed

With our Inter League schoolgirl squads in action on March 10th and St Patricks Weekend the following weekend, the decision has been taken to delay the kick off for the new One Calendar Season until March 23rd. It had been planned to kick off the season next weekend and the registration night planned for this Tuesday evening has also been put back two weeks to Tuesday March 12th

 

Schoolgirls League Round-Up

Our Under Thirteen and Under Fifteen representative squads travelled to Coolock on Saturday to take on the Metropolitan Schoolgirls League in their third round of group games in the qualifiers for this seasons Gaynor Cup. Wexford were unbeaten going into both games but got off to the worst possible start when two early goals for the home team put them in control but Wexford showed good character to pull one back through a Ana Dragusan free kick. The visitors were getting back into the game when disaster struck on the stroke of half time when MGL scored to make it 3-1 at the break. The Dublin side continued to control the game in the second half scoring two more before Emma Cullen pulled one back, however, a late goal for the home side wrapped up a flattering 6-2 win.

The Under Fifteen side were next up and went into the game with a similar record to the Under Thirteens, having won their opening two games against Kildare and Carlow. This game was played at a furious pace from start to finish and both sides produced some slick passing on an excellent all-weather surface. With both teams creating chances, it was MGL who took the lead when Wexford failed to clear a corner but early in the second half, Amy Shannon scored to bring the sides level. Ten minutes later, the home side were in front again when some good passing got them into the area where their centre forward made no mistake. As the game moved towards a close, Wexford pressed forward in numbers looking for an equaliser and were almost rewarded but their shot came back off the crossbar, with MGL doing enough to hold on for the 2-1 win

Both teams will be in action again in two weeks time when they head to take on the Midlands League but are still sitting strong in both groups and qualification for the Gaynor Cup in Limerick now looks almost a certainty

 

 

 

 

 

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