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Date Time League Season
10 September 2021 7:45 pm First Division 2021

Match Report

Wexford pushed hard by Cobh

A Jake Moylan wonder strike from 25 yards out and a second half quick fire double from Kevin McEvoy and Thomas Considine separated only by two minutes sealed the victory for Wexford.

While this was an impressive attacking performance from the hosts at Ferrycarrig Park, it was Cobh who opened the scoring through Lee Devitt on 29 minutes, but Wexford delivered a strong response.

This was a match that started with the right intensity and attacking intent right from the word go. 

Cobh got in behind the Wexford back line early doors and with just two minutes played they received a penalty for a push in the back, an obvious penalty and no major complaints from the home side.

Danny O’Connell stepped up and fired the ball over the crossbar from what looked like an attempt at a chip but unfortunately for him it didn't go to plan it remained 0-0.

Both sides enjoyed good spells of attacking football in the early exchanges, and it was Wexford who opened the scoring on the 27th minute an absolute rocket from Jack Moylan struck the ball from at least 25 yards out firing it into the back of Corey Chambers net, Chambers up to this point had produced two great saves but there was no stopping that effort from Moylan. 

Cobh responded directly from tip off a ball played out wide was swung into the box and confusion in the home sides led to Lee Devitt with a nice tap in at the back post to level the sides with 28 minutes gone Youths unable to hold onto their lead for any significant period. 

Both sides closed up the play after this hectic period with less efforts and a Danny O’Connell booking in the 35th minute being the only other main talking point before half time and the sides went in 1-1. 

Second half saw both sides picking up where they left off good attacks from both sides. 

It was Wexford who turned the game upside down for Cobh with two quick goals from Classy Kevin McEvoy in the 56th minute and Tomas Considine in the 78th minute, his first senior league goal for the hosts. 

A raft of changes and yellow cards particularly for the side defending the lead slowed down the pace and rhythm of the match and not many chances were created in the final quarter of the match. 

The Leinster outfit held on to this score-line and survived a late Cobh attacking spell, the Cork side failed to capitalize on their first half attacking treats and will be left rueing their penalty miss early on, a goal then could have completely changed the outcome of the match and they leave Ferrycarrig with nothing to take on their travels back down South.

  • 90'

    Full time Wexford take the three points finished Wexford 3-1Cobh

  • 83'

    Two quick yellows for Daniel Dobbin and Cian Kelly

  • 73'

    Another double change for Cobh Cooper and Turner replacing Murphy and Drinan

  • 66'

    Double change for the away side Lee Devitt and Nathan O Connell being replaced by Luke Kennedy and Stephen O Leary

  • 63'

    Lorcan Fitzgerald replaced by Cian Kelly

  • 63'

    Lorcan Fitzgerald replaced by Cian Kelly

  • 60'

    Between both goals the home side made a double change Kyle Robinson replaced by Tyler Dunphy and Karl Manahan replaced by Harry Groome

  • 58'

    Two Quick fire goals as Tomas Considine makes it 3-1 to Wexford!!

  • 56'

    Kevin McEvoy with a tap in after the ball was cleared off the line 2-1

  • 52'

    Kyle Robinson misses a glorious chance one on one with the keeper 1-1

  • 45'

    Second half has begun

  • 45'

    Half time 1-1

  • 45'

    Two minutes added on

  • 44'

    Nearing the end of the half here score still 1-1

  • 42'

    After two quick fire goals the match has found more of a rhythm less hectic

  • 35'

    Danny O'Connell is the first player booked

  • 29'

    And Cobh with an Instant reply Lee Devitt tuck one away from the back post!! 1-1

  • 27'

    A brilliant strike from Jack Moylan!! Wexford 1-0 up!

  • 25'

    Good open game match so far chances for both sides

  • 17'

    Wexford have had two great opportunities both denied by Chambers in nets

  • 12'

    Great save from Chambers on his debut ,denies the opening goal for Wexford

  • 8'

    Cobh starting this game pressing hard with great intensity

  • 3'

    And O'Connell misses!!! 0-0

  • 2'

    Early Penalty here for Cobh!!

  • 1'

    Kick off!

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  • Wexfords staring team has been released

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Wexford FC

18Jimmy Corcoran Goalkeeper
2Thomas Considine 20 Defender 57'
4Paul Cleary Defender
15Kevin McEvoy Defender 55'
29Lorcan Fitzgerald 3 Defender
9Karl Fitzsimons Defender
7Conor Crowley Midfielder
23Jack Moylan Midfielder 25'
92'
4Evan Farrell 25 Forward
8Karl Manahan 21 Forward
17Kyle Robinson 14 Forward
22Sean Martin Goalkeeper
3Cian Kelly (Pats) 29 Defender 83'
20Daniel Dobbin 2 Defender 82'
28Donal Porter Defender
6Jack Connolly Midfielder
14Tyler Dunphy 17 Midfielder
21Harry Groome 8 Midfielder 79'
24Luke Scanlon
25Ayman Yousif 4 Forward

Cobh Ramblers

22Corey Chambers Goalkeeper
21Alex Hill
5Ben O’Riordan Defender
17Cian Murphy Defender 74'
4Lee Devitt 20 Midfielder 29'
16Darren Murphy 7 Forward
39Jason Abbott Midfielder
18Nathan O’Connell 14
26Fionn Duggan Midfielder
20Danny O’Connell 35'
11Conor Drinan 9 Defender
13Gavin Ryan Goalkeeper
20Luke Kennedy 4 Goalkeeper
3Darryl Walsh Defender
12Naythan Coleman Defender
15David O’Leary Midfielder
7Ian Turner 16 Midfielder
14Stephen O’Leary 18 Midfielder
9Killian Cooper 11 Forward
23Ciaran Griffin Forward

Past Meetings

(Series 13)
First Division
St. Colman's Park

(Series 4)
First Division
Ferrycarrig Park

(Series 16)
First Division
Ferrycarrig Park

(Series 7)
First Division
St. Colman's Park

Ground

Ferrycarrig Park
Ferrycarrig Park, Kilpatrick, The Borough District of Wexford, County Wexford, Leinster, Y35 E296, Ireland

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