# Wexford Youths

This year
# Emily Corbet
Wexford Youths make statement of intent by signing 2022 WNL Player of the Year
Elsewhere, Dundalk FC have announced Brian Gartland as the club’s new head of football operations.
Last year
# Transfer News
Wexford Youths hero re-signs for 2023 season as Shels star Stapleton stays put
Meanwhile, Melissa O’Kane has switched from Athlone Town to Shamrock Rovers.
# 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.
# Kylie Murphy
'Sport is a crazy thing. It can leave you so high but so low at the same time'
Wexford Youths captain Kylie Murphy on deciding day in the WNL, her side’s tough year and women’s football in Ireland.
# History makers
Gibson hat-trick inspires Athlone to first ever women's FAI Cup final
Maddie Gibson was Athlone’s hero as they defeated Wexford Youths 3-0.
Shelbourne knocked off top spot as Stephanie Roche strikes late
Wexford Youths took over from champions after a 5-1 victory over Cork City.
# top of the table
Champions Shelbourne secure vital three points in Wexford
Saoirse Noonan and Keeva Keenan scored the Reds’ goals in the first half.
# on fire
Ireland international Molloy nets wonder-goal as Wexford outclass Bohs
Wexford have taken maximum points from their two games in this year’s Women’s National League.
# winner
'I wish I was about 10 years of age right now coming into what is going to happen in the sport'
Kylie Murphy talks the development of the women’s game in Ireland, and where it has come from.
# prestige
Stephen Bradley and Kylie Murphy recognised with Soccer Writers' Personalty of the Year awards
The Shamrock Rovers manager won the long-running men’s award, while Murphy is the inaugural winner of the women’s award.
All time
# Award award award
Wexford Youths captain Murphy scoops Player of the Year award to cap off FAI Cup success
Kylie Murphy edged out Peamount’s Karen Duggan and Galway’s Savannah McCarthy for the top gong.
# Teen Prodigy
17-year-old Molloy named WNL Player of the Month after starring in the FAI Women's Cup final
The Wexford Youth teenager has scored 14 league goals this season.
# Next Job
Wexford teen star hopes to keep good times rolling with Ireland after cup dream becomes reality
Aoibheann Clancy: ‘All week I’ve been waking up from my sleep and thinking I’m after winning because I’m dreaming about it so much.’
# Magic of the Cup
'Who'd write it? I never want to be a goalkeeper again, but goalscorer, I don't mind!'
Edel Kennedy went from Wexford’s stand-in goalkeeper to their goal-scoring hero in the space of a week.
# 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.
# Nic Of Time
'Some of my closest friends and friends for life are there - it would be tough to walk away'
Nicola Sinnott is hoping for a fourth FAI Cup winner’s medal with Wexford Youths this evening.
# Kylie evovled
Kylie Murphy thriving in new role as she targets her fourth FAI Cup medal
Murphy has bucked the conventional wisdom that the older a player gets, the further they drop back the pitch.
# Sonic youths
'It's my first time in a final of this grandeur... it's going to be a great occasion'
Wexford Youths manager Stephen Quinn looks ahead to Sunday’s FAI Women’s Cup final in Tallaght.
# Final Destination
Wexford Youths dethrone cup holders Peamount with extra-time victory
The 2018 and 2019 champions are back in the final for a third time in four seasons.
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.
# Super Skipper
Wexford Youths captain's stunning form recognised with Player of the Month award
Kylie Murphy has kept her side in the title race with four goals in six wins.
# Resolute
Wexford's draw with Shels opens door for Peamount to stretch their lead at the top
Wexford and Shelbourne played out a scoreless draw at Tolka Park this afternoon.
# challengers
Wexford Youths leave Turner's Cross with big three points after seeing off battling Cork City
Meanwhile Women’s National League champions Peamount United thrashed Athlone 6-0.
# The Ellen Show
Four goals for 16-year-old Irish international as Wexford Youths in seventh heaven with first win
Ellen Molloy showed her class as Tom Elmes’ side sent out a statement of intent against Treaty United.
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.
Drogheda United v Wexford postponed due to Covid case
The First Division clash is the latest fixture to be called off.
Title race blown wide open after Wexford beat champions Peamount and leaders Shels held by Galway
Elsewhere, Athlone Town won their first-ever WNL game and Cork City earned their first points of the season.
Wexford Youths postpone Galway showdown due to Covid-19 concern, four U17 games off
Precautionary measures are being taken in the Women’s National League.
# New Deal
Republic of Ireland international Jarrett signs new contract with Brighton
The 25-year-old initially joined the English club in January.
# Top Of The Tree
Ireland star striker Jarrett caps off impressive season with Player of the Year award
The Wexford Youths star was honoured at the Women’s National League awards banquet.
# The MVPs
Four for league champions Peamount and three for Wexford Youths on team of the season
Republic of Ireland stars Rianna Jarrett, Jamie Finn and Emily Whelan all got the nod.
# captain kylie
'Three trophies last year, one this year... to us, it's not good enough but we'll take it'
Inspirational as ever, Wexford Youths captain Kylie Murphy popped up with the winner in yesterday’s FAI Cup final.
# one to remember
'Stuff like that you dream of when you're younger' - Wexford's two-goal cup final hero
The perfect end to a great personal year for Lauren Kelly.
# wexford way
Kelly inspires Wexford Youths to FAI Cup title defence in five-goal thriller at the Aviva
Player of the Match Lauren Kelly was on the double, while captain Kylie Murphy also helped the holders past league champions Peamount.
Peamount United v Wexford Youths, 2019 Women's FAI Cup final
All eyes were on the Aviva Stadium for the first game of today’s massive double-header.
# Murphy's Law
'It was definitely one of the hardest things I've ever done... the ring is on now so I'm not so bad!'
Kylie Murphy’s unconditional love for Wexford Youths through the highs and lows is summed up by missing some of her own wedding celebrations for Champions League football.
# walks like rianna
'All we feel is proud of her... she's capable of bigger and better things'
Ireland star Rianna Jarrett will have a big say if Wexford Youths are to defend the FAI Cup on Sunday.
# family first
'They'll be sitting just behind me in the dugout. I wouldn't want to enjoy these experiences without them'
Tom Elmes and his Wexford Youths side are defending the FAI Cup at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday. But it’s about much more than that.
# on ice
Brilliant Shels comeback spoils Peamount party and brings title race down to the final day
The Reds’ win over holders Wexford Youths at Tolka Park means the WNL will come right down to the wire.