Dating in carlow
So dine with live music in the background whilst letting the wine flow and your love blossom…Image via Christian Carroll Photography on Flickr.
Duckett’s Grove is about a twenty minute drive from Carlow Town, but is well worth the trip.
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Having faced each other in the league in April there was not too much that these sides didn’t know about each other and after a dull, turgid opening 35 minutes there was nothing to separate the teams as they sat at 0-8 each.
Carlow had the wind advantage in that first-half, but were happy to crowd their own defence with 14 men when Wexford had possession.
A second yellow card for Eoghan Nolan saw Wexford reducted to 14 men for the last 24 minutes, but they were lifted by PJ Banville’s goal in the 48th minute that left Carlow one point ahead.
Subs: S Gannon (0-01) for Moran (23 mins), BJ Molloy for Crowley (35 3), M Rennick for Moran (53), J Clarke for Ruth (53), K Nolan for J Murphy (64), S Clarke for G Kelly (65), Wexford: C Swaine; M Furlong (0-01), N Rossiter (1-00), J Rossiter; A Flynn (0-01), J Wadding, B Malone; D Waters (c), C Kehoe; K O’Grady, B Brosnan (0-05, 0-05), E Nolan; C Lyng (0-05, 0-05f), J Tubritt, PJ Banville (1-01).
The Carlow forwards took it in turns to run the long role up front, and it was Paul Broderick that showed the best skill and composure in front of goal – he kicked three points in a row from play for his side to draw them level by the 32nd minute.
Wexford were living off the generosity of the Carlow backs who fouled frequently and Ben Brosnan also kicked three from the ground in this period to keep his side in touch, while Darragh Foley’s excellent score just before the break ensure parity for his side at the interval.
Broderick’s ninth point kept Carlow ahead with 16 minutes remaining, and after a Brosnan free to level the game again, Briderick brought his personal tally to ten points with the lead score nine minutes from time.
Two minutes later he followed it up with second yellow card though as Carlow’s chief score-getter ended the game on the sidelines, but Brendan Murphy’s goal in the second minute of injury-time wrapped up the win for Carlow.
Subs: N Hughes for Waters (19 mins, black), J Lacey for Kehoe (27), R Deveraux for J Rossiter (52), P Curtis for Tubritt (57), C Carty for Furlong (67), D Shanley for Flynn (68).