# dlr waves

Last month
March 2023
# Mental Health
‘I went up to training one Saturday morning and I just started roaring crying’
Peamount’s Avril Brierley on how cognitive behavioural therapy aided her as a footballer and person.
Last year
# Shels Bells
Shelbourne complete back-to-back Women's National League success after big Wexford Youths win
There was plenty of drama on the final day of the league.
# Rout
Peamount earn emphatic 16-0 win to progress in cup
James O’Callaghan’s side were far too good for Finglas United.
Last-gasp goal from super sub salvages draw for Peamount at DLR Waves
Dearbháile Beirne levelled matters in the 95th minute.
All time
# Still to play for
DLR Waves frustrate Peamount to send WNL title race to final day
Eve Badana saved a penalty to earn a 0-0 draw.
# Winner winner
Kavanagh scores first WNL goal on live TV as Shelbourne move up to second
The strike was a fitting way to settle the encounter that marked the beginning of TG4′s broadcast deal for the domestic league.
Wexford Youths edge out DLR Waves to close in on league leaders Peamount
Substitute Sinead Taylor scored the only goal of the game eight minutes from time.
# Wrap
Wexford Youths keep the heat on at the top, as Berrill brilliance sends DLR past Galway
There were two games down for decision in the WNL this afternoon.
# Draw
Bohemians face DLR Waves in FAI Cup first round as champions Peamount through to quarter-finals
The clash will take place later this month.
# Derby Day
Cooke nicks derby victory for Shels with stunning late strike against Waves
Peamount United moved to the top of the table on goal difference with a 5-1 win over Treaty United.
# Impact
Stunning late strike sees DLR Waves overcome Cork
Substitute Ciara Maher was key to her side’s victory.
# Wrap
Eleanor Ryan Dolye brace helps Peamount ease past DLR Waves
There were also wins for Shelbourne, Athlone Town and Treaty United today.
# more than football
'He worries about us as people first and then as players second. I think that's very important'
Katie Burdis and DLR Waves are targeting a top-four finish this season under the watchful eye of Graham Kelly.
# opening up
'I had a panic attack on the pitch, but I didn't know what it was at the time'
DLR Waves star Katie Burdis delves deeper into her mental health struggles, and stresses the importance of speaking up.
The nine clubs and their star players chasing glory in Ireland's top-flight this season
Holders Peamount United open their title defence at Wexford Youths tomorrow. Here’s The42′s season preview.
# Dublin Derby
Table-toppers Peamount take all three points after hard-fought win over DLR Waves
Ireland international Áine O’Gorman was on the double for the reigning champions.
Horgan blasts Treaty to WNL win over Bohs
Niamh Kenna struck to give Bohs an equaliser before half-time, but they were unable to keep Treaty at bay for long.
# Called Off
Two Women's National League games postponed due to weather warning and potential Covid-19 case
A new date for the games will be announced in due course.
# too good
Shelbourne win 11-1 to move within 5 points of leaders
Ireland underage international Emily Whelan scored a hat-trick amid a comprehensive victory against Kilkenny.
# Roundup
McKey's 88th-minute equaliser sees champions Wexford lose further ground on top spot
A dramatic Lynsey McKey equaliser earned Galway a late point at Ferrycarrig Park against Wexford Youths.
Two-goal Maher nets stoppage-time winner as Waves complete remarkable comeback on Leeside
DLR Waves twice trailed by two goals but still left Bishopstown with all three points.
Shelbourne stay in touch with league leaders after convincing win in Limerick
Noelle Murray scored twice as Shels ran out 5-0 winners at Market’s Field.
# In form
Ireland international on target as Peamount extend lead
Amber Barrett’s goal helped the table toppers continue their winning run.
# Roundup
O'Gorman and Duggan help Peamount stay top while Jarrett scores again for Wexford
There were big wins for title-chasing Peamount and Wexford Youths in the Women’s National League.
# Roundup
Ireland duo Jarrett and Barrett open goalscoring accounts as Wexford and Peamount prevail
Both Rianna Jarrett and Amber Barrett were on target on Saturday as the 2019 Women’s National League campaign got underway.
# Report
Women's National League game abandoned after referee-manager dispute
Cork WFC had been leading at Turners Cross.
# Catch up
WNL round-up: Defeat for Castlebar on an emotional return
There were wins for Raheny United, DLR Waves and Wexford Youths during the first round of fixtures in 2013.
# Women's National League
WNL previews: Raheny set out on Rebel raid
Peter McNamara previews 2012′s final full programme of Women’s National League games.
# Women's National League
WNL Preview: Raheny and Peas clash in derby cracker
All eyes will be on Morton Stadium tonight as the league champions host the recently crowned FAI Cup winners.
Here are your Women's National League previews
Peamount United will sit this round out, but the Bus Éireann FAI Women’s National League has three fixtures to whet your appetite.