Women’s nationwide organization– DLR Waves 1– Wexford Youths 1
BY Dave Donnelly
DLR Waves were denied an opening-day gain Wexford Youths by a controversial second-half equaliser from Kylie Murphy on Saturday.
Carla McManus gave the south Dublin side the perfect opening with her very first objective for the club on 6 mins yet Youths were awarded for their experience after the break with a point.
There was some disagreement about the equaliser as Wexford captain Murphy might have been offside when she received the ball from Ellen Molloy however the goal stood.
And also it was no much less than the four-time champs deserved as they dominated the second half, without developing numerous clear possibilities, on a brilliant, sunny day at the UCD Dish.
“I’m happy with the factor. It was truly effort. We knew it would certainly be. A lapse in concentration for their objective, but total thrilled with the point,” Kelly informed the Dublin Gazette.
“It was a fantastic game and also, to obtain a residence point versus Wexford, it’s absolutely the very first time given that I was available in that we’ve got anything out of Wexford.
“We had to be disciplined and we discussed that throughout the week, as well as it’s something we’re actually efficient. When we’re compact as well as we’re limited, we function actually well as a system.”