Wexford Youth's boss Shane Keegan must be given a huge amount of credit for taking his side to the promised land of the Premier Division with winning the first division title.
Having taken over the reins in 2011, Wexford came fourth in 2012, fifth in 2013 and were fourth again last
Could Wexford Youths striker Danny Furlong be the answer to any of the top Premier Division sides goal drought problems?
In the whole of the Premier Division there are only three strikers with more than ten goals.
Mikey Drennan (Shamrock Rovers), Jake Keegan (Galway United) & David McMillan (Dundalk)
The above stats clearly
Wexford Youths are running a fantastic promotion for their re scheduled game with Athlone Town on the 9th of June 2015 in Ferrycarrig Park.
The original game was abandoned due to the clubs generator failing at Half Time.
A pop up shop will also be in the Bull Ring, Wexford Town on
Shane Keegan’s Wexford Youths side have charged up the table to sit in second place in the SSE Airtricity League First Division just two points of leaders Finn Harps.
On a run of four wins in a row Keegan’s men are the team to watch after beating promotion rivals Shelbourne, UCD
After last weekend’s defeat to Athlone, UCD will be looking to get back on track on Friday night as they take the trip down the N11 to face Wexford. Manager Collie O’Neill was disappointed with last week’s result, however is hopeful his side will be able to pick up a