By Dave Donnelly
DLR Waves manager Graham Kelly is positive his side can recover from their derby dissatisfaction as they tackle Bohemians in Dalymount Park on Saturday afternoon.
Kelly confessed his dissatisfaction as his Rebecca Cooke’s amazing last-minute strike rejected his side a factor in a sun-soaked derby game with Shelbourne last weekend break.
The house side were great value for at least a point at the UCD Bowl and Kelly was left frustrated by a foul throw that had not been identified in the accumulation to the goal.
Waves had striven to return right into the game as brand-new finalizing Jetta Berrill had actually negated Saoirse Noonan’s strike following the reboot.
“It’s excellent to head to Dalymount Park, one of the oldest grounds in football in Ireland, and to play there is phenomenal,” Kelly told the Dublin Gazette.
“We got to play there in 2014 versus Bohs– it’s a brilliant place and also a brilliant celebration. We have everyone back in shape, so we’ll go for it and also see how we get on.”
The result suggests that Shelbourne continue to be deadlocked with Peamount United at the top of the table, one point ahead of Wexford Youths, with Waves now 9 points behind.