Wexford CBS 3 – 2 Enniscorthy V.C
Forth Celtic Duo Strike For C.B.S.
Wexford CBS continued their start to the campaign with another hard-fought victory at Wexford Celtic. The CBS did not find things as easy as they may have hoped against a fiercely determined Enniscorthy V.C side who played without any fear or pressure. Dylan Bolger was forced into an early save after some neat play from the away side. The boker boys punished Enniscorthy soon after exposing their out of position right back as Darragh Rossiter found clubmate John Hamilton with a neat pass, Hamilton raced onto it and finished from a one on one position to put the boys 1-0 up. The game was proving to be a battle especially in the centre of midfield where Enniscorthy were matching the home side. Darragh Rossiter doubled the advantage with an excellent finish from the edge of the box after some really nice football from the Bokerboys. The home side were only showing in flashes what they could do and will need to work on their consistency in approach for future games. Enniscorthy pulled a goal back making it 2-1 with a headed finish from a corner. Wexford upped their tempo again and Rossiter added his second after some fine work from Mikey Lawlor to finish from close range. Enniscorthy pulled a goal back in injury time with another headed effort from a set piece. The full time whistle was blown 3-2 to the Bokerboys but yet to show their best over a full game.
Wexford CBS: Dylan Bolger (North End), Emmett Sinnott (North End) , Lar Stoutt (North End), Tony Crosbie (North End), Ryan Byrne (Wexford Bohs) , Mikey Lawlor (North End), Eoin MacDonald (Wexford Youths), Gary Cullen (North End), John Hamilton (Forth Celtic), Darragh Rossiter (Forth Celtic), Jessie Farrell (North End), Subs: Shane McGrath (Wexford Bohs)for Sinnott, Dylan Dixon (Blackwater)for Hamilton, Shaun Donoghue (Unnatached) for Lawlor, Liam Rockett (Curracloe Utd) for Farrell, Aaron Goodison(Wexford Bohs) for MacDonald