DLR Waves continued their positive beginning to the period with a hard-earned 2-1 gain Galway at the UCD Bowl on Saturday in the Female’s National League
Objectives from new signing Kate Mooney and Katie Malone saw the south Dublin side continue their unbeaten start to the season in Belfield.
Galway’s Rachel Kearns, the league’s top scorer, had cancelled out Mooney’s very early opener but substitute Malone attacked late to gain Graham Kelly’s side the 3 points.
“It’s exciting for neutrals, but I’m not sure it’s exciting for us or the staff of Galway,” Swings supervisor Kelly told the Dublin Gazette about the nervy endgame on the day.
“I believed it was a very tight video game and also general we should have to win it. They had 2 chances as well as scored a fantastic goal– Eve Badana made a terrific conserve at the end– yet we should have the factors.
“I think the top quality of football in the video game wasn’t wonderful and both teams terminated each various other out a little bit, however on the whole you need to be delighted with three factors.”