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Women’s NAtional League 2020: Round 1

The Women’s National League has finally been able to get going, having originally been scheduled to start in March. 4 games, with one team getting a bye. The league will be split after round 8.

Peamount United 5 – 0 Treaty United

Stephanie Roche scored her first goal on her competitive return to Peamount United. Alannah McEvoy assisted Aine O’Gorman for the opener, before scoring the 3rd herself. O’Gorman got the 2nd, before an OG, and Roche’s strike made it 5 – 0.

Wexford Youths 4 – 1 Bohemians

Ellen Molly scored twice on her debut. Lauren Kelly opened the scoring and Vanessa Ogbonna got the 3rd. Bohs got their first ever WNL goal through Chloe Darby in the 78th minute.

Vanessa has been on the show before, she previously joined us to talk about racism in Irish football along with 4 other black people who played football in Ireland. That podcast can be found here.

Shelbourne 3 – 1 Cork

Pearl Slattery struck home from Alex Kavanagh’s free kick to make it 1 – 0. Shels made it 3 – 0 with goals either side of the break through a Grant header and Cooke chip. Cork got a penalty late on.

Galway 1 – 1 DLR Waves

The Waves got a valuable point in there quest to finish in the top section of the league. Katie Malone opened the scoring for the home team, before Waves equalized shortly after through Katie Malone on her league debut.

We are partnered with DLR Waves for the season in our fundraising and awareness campaign for Suicide or Survive. You can read about it and donate here. We caught up with Graham Kelly and some of his players at a training session, they were excited to see football return.

On Fridays we have a WNL pod with guests from teams in the league and different pundits. You can get the episode by clicking Latest Episodes in the top menu, or search Post to Post Sport on most podcast platforms.

Next Weeks Fixtures


Bohs v Galway (2pm)

DLR Waves v Shelbourne (6:30)

Athlone v Wexford Youths (7pm)


Cork City v Peamount United (2pm)

Bye: Treaty United

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Wexford Youths and DLR Waves Play out Paddy’s Day Classic

We’re all stuck inside for the foreseeable, and there’s no sport on. But that doesn’t mean we can’t make some sport online. We put out a connect 4 Twitter challenge to some Women’s National League teams, and Wexford Youths and DLR Waves answered the call. What followed was a thrilling chess match that we will relive in years to come.

Originally Wexford Challenged Peamount Utd to a rematch of last seasons FAI Cup final…

But it was DLR Waves who answered the call after some confusion…

Finally the game was underway, and DLR Waves squared up to Wexford Youths.

It was a tight opening

Until DLR Waves started to stretch the game…

But Wexford Youths landed the first blow

It was back and forth…

Waves stayed strong defensively…

And we started to make wild accusations…

DLR Waves slowed things down

And then powered up the wing to get away

Youths produced a goal line clearance which prompted a VAR debate…

It proved to be a very… niche debate…

It was a true masterclass…

But Wexford Youths started to pull away…

In the end Wexford sealed a tough fought victory.

We encouraged both sides to show sportsmanship…

It would appear the Wexford Youths social media department were prepared for this exact scenario…

The match will go down as a St. Patrick’s Day classic for a long time to come…

We would like to wish everybody a very happy St. Patrick’s Day. We hope everybody is staying safe and keeping well in these difficult times, and we will continue to bring you content throughout this period.

We’ll have our usual episode of our Domestic Football Podcast Get Your Bleak On up on Thursday, but right now you can listen to our Paddy’s Day specials looking back at some great Irish Rugby and Football memories.

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