Peamount United (W) (@1.75) vs Wexford Youths (W) (@3.6)

Our Prediction:

Peamount United (W) will win

Peamount United (W) – Wexford Youths (W) Match Prediction | 04-11-2019 07:05

They completed a league double by also winning the WNL Cup, defeating Shamrock Rovers 10 in the final.[7]Stephanie Roche was the league's top goalscorer with 26 goals.[8] She also scored the winner in the WNL Cup final.[9]Roche formed a strike partnership with Sara Lawlor who contributed 15 goals to Peamount United's league success. At the 2014 FIFA Ballon d'Or awards ceremony on 12 January 2015, Roche finished in second place to Rodrguez.[14]. Lawlor was named Player of the Season at the inaugural end of season awards ceremony.[10] In 201314, while playing for Peamount United against Wexford Youths, Roche also scored an acclaimed goal which went viral on YouTube.[11][12] The match was not televised but footage of the goal was uploaded to the internet by team manager Eileen Gleeson.[13] Later that year Roche, James Rodrguez and Robin van Persie were finalists for the 2014 FIFA Pusks Award, for the best goal of the year. In 201112 , together with Shamrock Rovers, Castlebar Celtic , Cork Women's F.C., Raheny United and Wexford Youths, Peamount United were founder members of the Women's National League.[6] Peamount United were also the inaugural league champions, finishing three points clear of second placed Raheny United.

The more experienced 31 year old striker Vinny Faherty who returned to United for a third time this year from Cypriot side PAEEK was also on the scoresheet in last weeks defeat is another. Conor Barry (United's top scorer last year with 10 goals from midfield) and Colin Kelly (17 year old striker scored the opener vs Shelbourne last week) are certainly two young players for Galway to watch out for tomorrow night at Ferrycarrig Park.

Please log in to comment

Journal Media does not control and is not responsible for the content of external websites. Journal Media does not control and is not responsible for user created content, posts, comments, submissions or preferences. Users are reminded that they are fully responsible for their own created content and their own posts, comments and submissions and fully and effectively warrant and indemnify Journal Media in relation to such content and their ability to make such content, posts, comments and submissions available.

"It was a tough defeat to take last week, they just caught us in the end with the extra man. I don't think the referee even saw the players coming together, he seemed to react to the crowd.

"I only played 20 minutes up in St.Pat's and then Athlone was the first 90 for me. Looking forward to Galway now, Danny will be out but it will be an opportunity for someone else to come in and stake a claim in the team. Then with the ten men there was even more running to do, but I enjoyed it, it was great getting back out and I didn't feel anything either after so it was good. I've played before in Ferrycarrig when I was with Waterford playing against Wexford Youths and it's a good wide pitch, plenty of space to create chances and good for forwards.

I felt if we defended the corner (for the 3rd goal) better and hung in for longer we could have got a result with a bit of luck on the night. "We got off to a great start when Emmet scored a good goal, however the game changed for us when we feel Danny was wrongfully sent off. It was always going to be an uphill battle after that. When we went 2-1 down we showed good character to get it back to 2-2 but I suppose the second half with the extra man it showed particularly in midfield, they had the majority of possession.

Republic of Ireland National League Women -Peamount Utd WomenvWexford Youths Women 2018-06-30 18:30:00

The club's senior men's team compete in the Leinster Senior League. Peamount United Football Club (Irish: Club Sacair Mullaigh na Pise) is an Irish association football club based in Newcastle, South Dublin. They have also represented the Republic of Ireland in Europe and in 201112 they became the first Republic of Ireland team, including men's team, to qualify from their group for the knockout stages of a European competition. Peamount United also field teams in the Dublin Women's Soccer League, the Dublin and District Schoolboys League and the Metropolitan Girls League. The club is best known for its senior women's team who in 201112 became founder members and inaugural champions of the Women's National League.

After been relegated from the Premier Divison the previous year, they were many peoples favourites to go straight back up but it proved to be a challenging season. Galway will be looking for improvement after a difficult season in 2018. By seasons end, the Tribesmen were 6th with 37 points (Wexford were 9th with 17 points) and Murphy was appointed Manager on a permanent basis for the 2019 season. Galway parted company with Manager Shane Keegan (formerly with Wexford Youths) in Juneand appointed Murphy as Player/Manager.

It would be great to see the fans making it difficult for opposition at home games and be that twelfth man for us. Hopefully we can show energy, passion and a bit of desire with a good performance. Hopefully tomorrow we can show the fans what we are about. Even with ten men conceding four goals is not good enough. "We will be looking for better defending from every player all over the pitch and need to make ourselves harder to beat.