The SSE Airtricity Women's National League is heading for a nail-biting final day, with three teams still in with a chance of winning the title.
The task for Stephen Quinn and his brilliant Wexford Youths is very simple: beat Shelbourne and the title returns to the South East.
It all comes down to this ⏬
— Wexford Youths Women (@YouthsWomen) October 29, 2022
However, if the game ends in a draw and Athlone can see off Bohemians, then a playoff would be required between Shels and the Midlanders.
In a season with so many ups and down, Shelbourne have gone from being the hunter to the hunted as they now sit in the top spot.
Wexford have hit somewhat of a stumbling block in recent weeks, having faced elimination from the cup and dropping 5 points from a possible 9.
The Youths have had to deal with a large number of injuries in the final stages of the season, with many youth players grasping their opportunity at first-team opportunities.
It's a club with a brilliant tradition of giving rising talent a chance, especially with the introduction of the EA SPORTS Women's National Under-19 and Under-17 Leagues, which has seen the introduction of so many of the Countries rising stars.
Whatever the outcome, Wexford has cultivated a squad of exciting young players, which will lead to years of success on the field.
Kick-off in today's crucial fixture in Ferrycarrig Park is at 5:20 pm, with Athlone and Boh's kicking off at the same time.
— Women's National League (@LoiWomen) October 28, 2022