It's FAI Cup Final day in the Aviva Stadium, with Wexford Youths and Shelbourne Ladies who faced off in the Ladies final before Cork City and Dundalk final in the men's. It was a classic between Wexford Youths and Shelbourne in the first game, with Wexford Youths' Ciara Rossiter scoring a goal in the final minute of added time to force extra time.
Things got even more amazing in extra time, when after Wexford Youths went ahead - Shelbourne managed to claw there way back in the final minute of extra time in a hugely dramatic finish. Dearbhla Beirne got Shels the goal that earned the Dublin side a chance in the penalties.
Incredibly, a dramatic game was overshadowed during the penalties when the men's teams came out of the dressing rooms to warm up for their game. People did not know how to react, and wanted the men to show more respect to the ladies shootout.
Penalties for the women's FAI Cup final at one end, as warm up for men's FAI Cup final takes placw at the other pic.twitter.com/27qxQXd6Fs
— Mark McCadden (@markmccadden) November 8, 2015
Wexford finally got over the line, winning the shootout to lift the cup.
@RichieSadlier Delay kick off by 15mins so. GAA pull it off regularly with no problem.
— Damien O'Meara (@damien_omeara) November 8, 2015
Very classless to see the men warming up while penalty shootout going on to decide women's #FAICupFinal
— Chris Horan (@thech90) November 8, 2015
Totally agree with Ger Canning! Men's teams should not be out on the pitch while ladies penalties being taken, bad form! #faifordcupfinals
— Michelle Ryan (@ShelRyan1211) November 8, 2015
FAI Ladies final goes to penalties , men's teams come onto pitch doing their warm up while shoot out takes place . Totally wrong
— Tommy Naughton (@Tknocka_) November 8, 2015
@itchybollix Dreadful. #Respect towards the women's game !
The #FAI should be ashamed of themselves.
— Tom Baldwin (@LegalEagleStar) November 8, 2015
See Also: 7 Reasons To Watch The FAI Cup Final
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