Manager Doyle ends on a high
Published 28/05/2016 | 00:00
After two years of unprecedented success, Will Doyle has stepped down as manager and head coach of Wexford Youths women.
The Ferrycarrig Park side wrapped up their second Continental Tyres Women's National League title in a row on Sunday and the manager then revealed he would be stepping down for personal reasons.
In Doyle's first season in the hot seat, Youths won the League and qualified for the UEFA Women's Champions League.
This season started with Wexford winning the FAI Cup before following it with the shield. Sunday's league crown completed a treble.
Doyle is the FAI Development Officer for Wexford and has been involved with the club since the league began in 2011.
His assistant at Youths, Waterford native Gary Hunt, is currently completing his UEFA 'A' Coaching Licence and would seem a natural replacement, if interested in the post. However, given his record, Doyle will be a tough act to follow.