Galway WFC are in for a busy week which will shed light on the expectations for the new club for the remainder of the season.
This Sunday they travel to Cork to take on the bottom side in the league, Cork WFC, with nothing less than a win expected from their trip Leeside.
Then just over 48 hours later they visit Castlebar to take on in-form Castlebar Celtic on Tuesday night under lights, a fixture rescheduled due to Celtic’s involvement in the FAI Cup final.
After a bright start to their inaugural league campaign Galway WFC have of late hit a rocky patch. Last Sunday was the first time they failed to score in a game when they went down 3-0 to DLR Waves in a rain swept Eamonn Deacy Park.
They now need to regroup and refocus for these back to back fixtures on the road, but manager Nigel Keady was disappointed by the performance on Sunday.
“It was a bad day at the office all round. We never really put on sustained pressure in the opposition half and also gave away some soft goals.
“We have learnt a lot from these last few games and hopefully we can now get back on track rekindling some of our early season form,” said Keady.