Wexford Native Signs For League Of Ireland’s Bray Wanderers

A Wexford native has been signed up by Bray Wanderers…

Bray Wanderers, who play in the League of Ireland, have signed a Gorey native ahead of the new season.

On Tuesday, Bray Wanderers announced the signing of nineteen-year-old, Darragh Levingston.

The 19–year-old midfielder played for Wexford FC from U15 level before switching to Bohemians in 2020.

The Gorey native was also part of the Gypsies squad who featured in the 2021 Enda McGuill Cup final.

Levingston played his schoolboy soccer with Gorey Rangers.

Darragh is also the younger brother of 24-year-old Conor, who plays League of Ireland football with Bohemians.

In other football news today, it has been announced that Wexford native Ryan Delaney has found himself a new English club, as he has secured a loan deal for the end of the season.

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