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    WYW v Peamount

    Not really the width of a cigarette paper between these two combative sides and a draw a fair result. This undoubtedly suited Peamount more as itís likely that Wexford needed a win to give them a chance of the securing the league title. With Kylie Murphy suspended and Aisling Frawley gone abroad, Wexford started with Kiev, Lolly, Lauren, Nicola, Lynn, Della, Aoibheann, Edel, Rossi, Teegan Lynch (making her first start) and Ellen. Wexford started reasonably well although Peas had probably the first effort on goal after four minutes but Kiev Gray grabbed it comfortably in the Wexford goal. Wexford conceded a poor goal a minute later when Kiev Gray dropped a difficult cross and two Wexford defenders couldnít prevent Alannah McEvoy stabbing it home although the Wexford defenders looked to have got to the ball first. Wexford played well at various stages after the concession of the goal until half-time with Ellen Molloy trying a few long-range efforts and working hard to get as much space as she could against a truly difficult opponent in Peamountís Karen Duggan. On 29 minutes, Wexfordís Teegan Lynch lifted the ball over Reid Burke in the Peas goal which was cleared off the Peas goal-line and claims for a Wexford peno were not heeded by the referee. Four minutes later, Wexford did get their peno when Rossi was put through on the Peas goal, Reid Burke saved the shot but then appeared to prevent Rossi from getting to the rebound. Aoibheann Clancy tucked it away in the corner and it was 1-1. Peas came more into the game after the Wexford equaliser and had a header just wide of the Wexford post. 1-1 at half-time.

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    Second half continued in much the same fashion with both sides getting close to scoring on a couple of occasions. Rossi had a turn and shot for Wexford early on and followed that up with a speculative shot which rattled the Peas’ crossbar. Wexford’s real chance came on 16 minutes when the ball broke quickly to Ellen Molloy inside the Peas area, but she couldn’t keep her right-footed volley down with the Peas goal unattended. Subs for Wexford at this stage were Sinead Taylor and Lynn Marie Grant with Lynn Marie later limping off and being replaced by Kira Bates Crosbie. Kiev Gray then showed her bravery in the Wexford goal by smothering a Peas one-on-one at the expense of a corner. A late Ellen Molloy free for Wexford wasn’t kept on target and game ended, fairly enough, at 1-1. Best player on the pitch was, in my view, Wexford’s Aoibheann Clancy who’s really impressing at present with Della Doherty not far behind for Wexford and Ellen Molloy putting in oceans of work up front where Kylie Murphy was badly missed. For Peamount, Karen Duggan and Lauryn O’Callaghan masterminded a resolute Peamount defence with Aine O’Gorman and Stephanie Roche linking up well up front for Peamount before the latter’s substitution. 1-1 at full-time

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