“I had a feeling she was going to get one,” Elmes

By Harry Shorthose @(harrysarticles)

Wexford Youths are the 2019 So Hotels FAI Women’s Cup Champions with a Lauren Kelly brace and a Kylie Murphy solo effort giving them back to back titles. Continue reading ““I had a feeling she was going to get one,” Elmes”

Kelly comes back to haunt Peas

By Harry Shorthose (@harrysarticles)

Former Peamount United player, Lauren Kelly came back to haunt her old club as she struck twice, once in each half, to see the Youths beat their rivals in what was a great advert for Women’s soccer at the Aviva Stadium. Continue reading “Kelly comes back to haunt Peas”

Seward added to Cork City squad ahead of their Cup campaign

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

Cork City have added to their already impressive forward line, which already includes Christina Dring, Eadaoin Lyons, Lauren Egbuloniu and Saoirse Noonan, with the addition of Nadine Seward to the Senior ranks, following a 13-goal haul for the clubs under 17 side. Continue reading “Seward added to Cork City squad ahead of their Cup campaign”

Ireland Universities captain Chloe Mustaki talks about their amazing run to the semi-finals of the World University Games

By Chloe Mustaki (@CMustaki)

The Ireland Women’s Universities Squad recently took part in the 2019 FISU Summer Universiade in Naples. Dave Connell’s side defied the odds by reaching the semi-finals, losing on penalties to Russia. Ultimately, the Irish girls had to settle for fourth place, a remarkable achievement in itself. Continue reading “Ireland Universities captain Chloe Mustaki talks about their amazing run to the semi-finals of the World University Games”

Cork City star Lauren Egbuloniu talks about her injury setback

By Lauren Egbuloniu

Just four days after her 17th birthday Cork City and Ireland Under 17 International striker Lauren Egbuloniu got injured in a SÓ Hotels Women’s National League game against Limerick. Lauren takes up the story; Continue reading “Cork City star Lauren Egbuloniu talks about her injury setback”

Peamount striker Ryan-Doyle happy to score the winner against Wexford

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

When the top two sides in the league meet, in any country in the world, it’s either a mistake or some individual brilliance that decides the outcome. Continue reading “Peamount striker Ryan-Doyle happy to score the winner against Wexford”

Opinion: Wexford Youths star Katrina Parrock on their season so far

By Katrina Parrock (@KatrinaParrock)

Reflecting on the season so far, we have made a good start to the season, but in comparison to last year it’s probably not as good as we would have hoped. Continue reading “Opinion: Wexford Youths star Katrina Parrock on their season so far”

Birthday girl Connolly saves the day for Limerick

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

Limerick goalkeeper Karen Connolly celebrated her 18th birthday in style at the weekend, as she helped her team-mates qualify for the semi-finals of the Só Hotels Women’s National League Cup. Continue reading “Birthday girl Connolly saves the day for Limerick”

Interview with Wexford Youths Blessing Kingsley

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

It’s been a whirlwind couple of weeks for Wexford Youths starlet Blessing Kingsley. The youngster from Graiguecullen, Co Carlow scored an International goal for Ireland, and then in the space of just 24 hours scored her first Senior goal for Wexford and followed that up by scoring twice for their U17’s. In their next game she again scored twice as Wexford beat Greystones United. Continue reading “Interview with Wexford Youths Blessing Kingsley”