BY DEAN GOODISON
TOM ELMES was left marvelling at his side again after their gutsy victory over Peamount in the Continental Tyres Women’s FAI Senior Cup final on Sunday.
The Wexford Youths boss reiterated that the aim for the season was to take the league, but his squad are a relentless bunch.
‘Look, I’ve said it after the league title, if someone had just offered me the league title this year I’d have took it. You’re going to a club where they’re used to success, well, not used to it, they expect it, and they know how to go about it in terms of their workrate.
‘With regards my job, it was to create that environment that they could go and do that and learn and be prepared as best they can going into matches,’ Elmes explained.
‘Sometimes they don’t get the credit they deserve. We’ve lost an awful lot of players this year. It’s only when you look at who’s actually left our squad you realise that the players out there have really dug in for the results we’ve got this year.
‘I think in any league game you’re not always going to perform to your best, but the sign of a good side is you have an off day and still get the result you deserve.’