Wexford FC Another big weekend of action for our club, @WexfordFC Men have their final game of 2018 at Ferrycarrig, our U17s &… https://t.co/Towfcwu2w4


After the postponement of our League and EA Sports Cup matches, Wexford FC finally return to action on Saturday evening when we travel to the City Calling Stadium to face Longford Town.  

Longford's first game of the new campaign saw them draw 2-2 at home to Cobh Ramblers.

In our maiden season as Wexford FC it was a challenging place to go as we suffered two defeats there (5-0 and 1-0) while back at Ferrycarrig Park we picked up one draw (0-0) and one defeat (2-1), Thomas Croke scoring in the defeat.  Manager Damian Locke's side will be in quietly confident mood however after a fine 1-0 away win at Cabinteely in our first game of the 2018 season.

Conor Sutton remains absent through injury from pre-season but should return at the end of this month.  Shane Barnes, forced off with an ankle injury against Cabinteely, is nearing fitness but is ruled out for Saturday night.  This year's new Captain Ross Kenny missed our visit to Cabinteely with an ankle strain, but is now back in contention.

Kick off on Saturday is set for 7.30pm at the City Calling Stadium.



League of Ireland First Division

    Pld +/- Pts
8 Cobh Ramblers 26 -15 29
9 Wexford FC 26 -38 14
10 Athlone Town 26 -63 7

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Women's National League

    Pld +/- Pts
1 Wexford Youths Women 16 41 43
2 Shelbourne LFC 16 39 40
3 Peamount United 16 38 36

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