# Wexford Youths

Last year
# Changes
Former Wexford boss Ryan takes over at Bray
The ex-UCD coach was previously strongly linked with the Bohemians job.
# Wrap
Galway brush aside Wexford to maintain promotion push
Elsewhere, third-place Waterford won 4-2 against Cobh at the RSC.
# Take a Bow
17-year-old Ireland international hits hat-trick in Wexford win
It was a day to remember for Ellen Molloy, while elsewhere there were wins for Peamount and Shelbourne.
All time
# Trauma
‘I genuinely could have died… There was fluid in my lungs, fluid around my heart’
Wexford Youths player Vanessa Ogbonna reflects on a dramatic 12 months.
# cup specialists
Wexford Youths crowned FAI Cup champions again, denying Shelbourne double in style
Lynn Marie Grant, Kylie Murphy and Edel Kennedy scored the Wexford goals, while 17-year-old Irish international Ellen Molloy was irresistible throughout.
# Rivals
Wexford Youths keep National League title hopes alive with late winner
Lynn Marie Grant snatched an unlikely victory over Shelbourne at the death.
# Wrap
Shelbourne scrape past Athlone to continue unbeaten start to First Division season
Elsewhere, UCD came from behind to beat Treaty United and Cork Cork had a big win at home to Wexford Youths.
# Take a Bow
Stunning late goal sees Peamount edge title rivals Wexford
Eleanor Ryan-Doyle hit a dramatic winner at Ferrycarrig Park.
# Interview
The challenges of being an Irish footballer and a teacher during the pandemic
Ireland international Nicola Sinnott balances elite sport with teaching in Enniscorthy.
# Wrap
Drogheda go top, struggling Wexford seal remarkable win
Bray Wanderers were beaten in tonight’s top-of-the-table clash.
# Looking Back
'They were just like: "You can’t make the team. You have to be an Irish citizen’"
Wexford Youths player Vanessa Ogbonna on her experiences in relation to race and football.
# big day
One of the unsung heroes of Irish football set for landmark achievement
Team captain Kylie Murphy is preparing to make her 200th appearance for Wexford Youths today.
# Boost
Bray edge Shamrock Rovers II to go third
Meanwhile, in the night’s other First Division game, Cobh Ramblers beat Wexford 4-0.
# Wrap
Stephanie Roche and Peamount make it 2 from 2
The reigning champions convincingly overcame Cork City today.
# Pot Luck
Holders Wexford Youths to face Galway as FAI Cup draw made
Meanwhile, 2016 champions Shelbourne play last year’s runners-up Peamount United in a Dublin derby.
# Wrap
Longford and Cabinteely win on the road in First Division
There was also a big home win for a new-look UCD team.
# teenage dreams
The 17-year-old Irish starlet set for America
It’s been a whirlwind few months for Blessing Kingsley, topped off by FAI Cup glory last Sunday.
# disparity
'When you’re going from a 9-0 win to facing Wexford, you have to question if that’s the right preparation'
Aine O’Gorman will be hoping to inspire Peamount to a win in this weekend’s FAI Cup final.
# Pastures new
20-year-old Wexford defender joins Premier League side Leicester
Darragh O’Connor has linked up with the Foxes’ U23 side.
# Disappointing start
Wexford Youths lose out in opening Champions League group qualifier
The Women’s National League winners went down 3-1 to Vllaznia of Albania today.
# on fire
Watch: Ireland striker scores four-minute hat-trick for Wexford Youths
Rianna Jarrett produced an impressive performance in the 6-1 victory over Limerick.
# victors
Wexford Youths lift Women's NL Shield after shoot-out victory
“It wasn’t our best performance but the experience of the girls really showed,” said winning manager Tom Elmes.
# European Football
Wexford Youths take lead against Ajax but lose out in Champions League qualifier
Ireland striker Rianna Jarrett was on target for the Women’s National League champions before the Dutch side scored four.
# Review
UCD seven games from glory following defeat of Wexford
Meanwhile, Shelbourne were beaten 1-0 by promotion rivals Drogheda.
# close
Waterford on the brink of promotion to Premier Division after comfortable win
Meanwhile, Shelbourne overcame Athlone 4-1 at Tolka Park.
# Best Fans in the World
You could part own a League of Ireland club for just €200 a year
Wexford FC, run by a committee of volunteers, is moving to a supporters’ trust model.
# Wrap
Roddy Collins' Athlone slip to bottom of the First Division without even kicking a ball
Wexford Youths’ win over Cabinteely enough to move them off the foot of the table for the first time since March.
# Wrap
Five-goal thriller as Cabo pick up very first league win over the Students
Elsewhere, league leaders Waterford eased to victory against Athlone while nearest challengers Cobh always won.
# Wrap
Waterford in control of First Division as they move five points clear at the top of the table
Mark O’Sullivan scored twice for the leaders against Cabinteely.
# Wrap
The joy of six for Waterford as Roddy gets a footballing lesson in his own backyard
Alan Reynolds’ side consolidate their place at the top of the First Division though Cobh Ramblers are still on their shoulder.
# Wrap
Cobh Ramblers go top after seeing off Shels thanks to Caulfield's brilliant lob
Elsewhere, Waterford and UCD shared the spoils while Wexford and Cabinteely also drew in the First Division.
# Wrap
Waterford move clear, Shels continue good form while Wexford keep searching for first win
The boys in blue got the job done against Cobh Rambers while Owen Heary’s side are up to second in the First Division table.
# busy
The man balancing the turbulent life of a League of Ireland manager with a Masters in UCD
Shane Keegan chats to The42 about the challenges that await his Galway side this season.
# acclaim
Shels pair cap memorable 12 months with Player of the Year double
The superb form of Noelle Murray and Leanne Kiernan has been recognised by the WNL.
# Reaction
Teenage dreams so hard to beat as Kiernan lights up FAI Cup final
There was one name on everybody’s lips after today’s clash at the Aviva Stadium.
# Winning
17-year-old Kiernan stars as sensational Shels claim FAI Cup glory
Mark Leavy’s side gained revenge after they were beaten by Wexford Youths in last year’s final.
Shelbourne Ladies v Wexford Youths, WFAI Cup final
Shelbourne Ladies took on Wexford Youths in a repeat of the 2015 final.
Galway turn to Youth as they appoint Keegan as new manager
The Premier Division side have found a replacement for Tommy Dunne.
# Interview
'I started playing out on the road with my brothers... They never treated me like a girl'
Shelbourne Ladies footballer Rachel Graham chats to The42 ahead of the Women’s FAI Cup final on Sunday.
# Dilemma
Hurling star Lee Chin will miss Wexford Youths' crucial play-off clash to attend GAA All-Star Awards
The star scored his first goal for the club in the first leg against Drogheda.