Galway United under-19s got back to winning ways on Saturday afternoon, coming from behind to beat Wexford FC 2-1 at East United.
Wexford took the lead through a goal of real quality. Winger Kyle Doherty cut in from the left, evading two challenges before unleashing a powerful drive that beat Cian Mulryan.
The visitors went into the half time break with a goal advantage after a disjointed first half showing from the home side.
The second half saw a vastly improved United performance. Ronan Manning pulled Nigel Keady’s side back on level terms with a free-kick from 20 yards.
Manning then turned provider for Cathal Carney, the skillful winger beat a Wexford defender before teeing up Carney, who applied the finish from 6 yards.
Wexford were reduced to ten men when Danny Doyle received a second yellow card for a clumsy challenge on Ronan Manning.
Wexford defender Sean Duffy also saw red for a frustrated challenge on Ronan Manning.
The result moves United up to second place in the league table.
Galway United: Mulryan, Horgan (Lynch 53), Reen, Nugent, Mulgannon, Leggett, Coyne, Carney (Gilbert 80), Manning, Buckley, Daly (Dunne 90)
Wexford FC: McGuire, Rochford, Bates (Kehoe 88), Murphy, Duffy (C. Doyle 79), Doherty (Curran 73), Quinlan (A. Doyle 82), Donnelly, George (Bradley 88), Aboagye, Doyle
Referee: Conor Fitzgibbon