7.Geraldine O Hanrahan’s
The Geraldines is a tight knitted pitch which is probably more suitable for defenders than attackers, but the pitch often accommodates inter-county matches in the Walsh Cup. It’s not everyone’s favourite set-up of a pitch, but on its day it’s beautiful.
In 2011, Oulart-The-Ballagh opened their second pitch just a small distance away from their previous one and certainly their modern pitch is a fan-favourite.
5. St Patricks, Camolin
4. Naomh Eanna
The Gorey pitch seems to be always in pristine condition and often hosts inter-county matches in the Walsh Cup. Recently, the town club held fundraisers to incorporate a seating area and the results are absolutely glorious.
3. Faythe Harriers
Self-explanatory; the wide space and the freshly cut green grass is always a joy to play on. Well-deserved at number three!
They wouldn’t be the most successful GAA club in Wexford, but by God does their pitch look good!
Since its renovation, the pitch has continued to be in immaculate condition, while the positioning of the stand and the bank adds to the atmosphere of the games too! It’s hard to disagree with the choice of the Enniscorthy town club as the current number one pitch in Wexford.
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