Ahead of tomorrow’s game with Longford Town in the SSE Airtricity League of Ireland first Division, Wexford have announced the signing of midfielder Adam O’Rourke.
The Kerry born player has played for Dingle Bay Rovers and has also played for the Kerry District League in the Oscar Traynor Cup.
With the first Division campaign now down to the final eight matches the 20-year-old is looking forward to establishing himself with the South East side.
“I couldn’t be happier to sign for Wexford FC,” he told the club’s official website.
“I have been training with the lads for the last couple of weeks so I am delighted to finally put pen to paper.
“The boys have been on a great run over the past few weeks and it’s clear to see in training that there is a really good squad coming together.
“I’ve always wanted to test myself at this level, so to finally get that chance with Wexford FC is an opportunity I couldn’t turn down and I am already raring to go for next Friday.”
The Wexford manager, Damian Locke has now added seven new players this season, he previously secured the services of of Aaron O’Connor, Dean Kelly, Mikey Byrne, AJ Lehane, Conor Dunne as well as the loan services of Aaron Dobbs from Shamrock Rovers.
Adam O’Rourke will go straight into the squad for Wexford’s clash with Longford Town tomorrow night at Ferrycarraig Park (kick-off 8pm). Longford will be look to return to winning ways after suffering a 1-0 defeat at the hands of the league leaders Waterford last weekend.