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Wexford Youths Dealt Heroically With A Little Slip Up On Twitter During Game Vs Cork City

Wexford Youths Dealt Heroically With A Little Slip Up On Twitter During Game Vs Cork City
By PJ Browne

Wexford Youths went to Turner's Cross on Friday night and came away with a well-earned point.

Chief architect of the result, apart from goalscorer Eric Molloy, was their captain and goalkeeper Graham Doyle.

Doyle made a number of superb saves preventing the home side from taking maximum points.

Match reports from the game didn't cover all of Doyle's feats.

For that, you had to view the Wexford Youths' Twitter feed. Over there, Doyle had to deal with some ruthless treatment from Cork City.

It wasn't just an ordinary, run-of-the-mill shit that Doyle had to face, it was a rasping one.

One little typo on Twitter - especially such an amusing one - does not pass without comment.

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Doyle was not the only Wexford Youth member of staff deserving of a Man of the Match award from the game.

Whoever was running their Twitter account, also deserves a shout out.

With the final whistle - which saw the game finish 1-1 - also came a little self-deprecating hashtag from Wexford.

Additionally, there was this splendid response to being called Waterford by Cork City.

Picture credit: Eóin Noonan / SPORTSFILE

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