St.Peters Reach First Hogan Cup Final

St.Peters College of Wexford came out on top of their semi-final clash against St.Marys of Derry today. 

In the end, the Wexford natives won by the minimum- on a scoreline of 2:10-2:09. Both Rory O Connor and Quinn Saunders scored the crucial goals to attain the win.

The result meant that the Peters will now make a journey to Croke Park in ten days to face Kerry side, St.Brendans of Killarney.

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Lately, St.Brendans of Killarney ran out comprehensive winners against St.Colmans of Claremorris in Mayo. They beat the Mayo side on a scoreline of 3-13 to 1-11.

What an achievement! Hopefully, they will go all the way now in which would be an incredible and momentous victory for St Peters and Wexford football.

A Kerry v Wexford All-Ireland Football final in 2017… who could have thought it?

Wexford Weekly. 

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2 Replies to “St.Peters Reach First Hogan Cup Final”

  1. Wow that’s seriously being butt hurt about the loss whoever posted that , conjuring up reasons your side lost is just sad … the better team by far won , there was physicality from both teams and rules were respected , do not try and justify a loss with falsities and take from a well deserved victory ,
    Kind regards,
    Anyone who is not blinded by loss

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  2. The ref was shocking btw. Ignoring literal head locks, violent trip ups and shoves from St Peters but awarding frees for pulling a jersey by St Marys. Disgraceful! For once, and I’ve never said this before, the better team lost. Then again southern refs always tend to leave the Northern Teams at a disadvantage

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