Mick Wallace The House of 'An #Garda Siochana' is falling down around the Commissioner's ears, while Gov buries head in sand...https://t.co/VLWwtlEDkm
Mick Wallace The #Monsanto that got to meet our Minster for Agriculture, no doubt making strong arguments in the interest of our… https://t.co/UVHZH5da01
Mick Wallace Government has been dragged kicking + screaming to an Inquiry into #NAMA, after almost 2 years - all the while NAMA… https://t.co/3MmgmPWgP6
Mick Wallace + It is essential to Legislate, to avoid pitfalls of IBRC Inquiry - to prevent individuals hiding behind 'Confide… https://t.co/ubFnCa3dTC

Wexford Youths into Quarters of Leinster Youth Cup

The Wexford Youths 18’s recorded a very significant win on Sunday when they defeated Dublin’s Belvedere FC 4-2, after extra time, in the Leinster Youths Cup. Still shaken from the dramatic loss to Letterkenny in the All Ireland quarter final two week ago, when the Youths totally dominated the game, but failed to score – A tough experience for young lads to recover from. We did not play as well against Belvedere as we did when losing 1-0 to Letterkenny, but what we did do was score 4 excellent goals – our first half performance was solid and led 1-0 at the interval, thanks to a beautiful finish from our man of the match, Jordan Brett. Belvedere started the better in the second half as the Youths lost their way and it was no surprise when Belvedere got back into the game, thanks to two quick goals from James Wood and Dylan Coleman. Disaster loomed for the Wexford boys, but to their credit, they fought their way back into the game, and got back on level terms, courtesy of a lovely lob from Ivan Meegan. The game went to extra time – we changed our shape, and went on to dominate from the restart- another good finish from Ivan Meegan and an exquisite  lob from Darren Dempsey did the business. No Wexford side has ever won the Leinster Youths Cup – Maybe, maybe…

Mick Wallace.

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