Everything You Need To Know Before The Wexford V Cork League Match

Former Model County manager John Meyler returns to familiar surroundings this Sunday… 

Now managing the Cork Senior hurling team, Meyler will travel to Wexford Park with his Rebel outfit with the hope of attaining a second win of the 2018 League campaign.

Cork enter the game following a demanding first-round victory over Kilkenny in the hurlers first outing in the renovated Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

However, attaining a win won’t be plain sailing, especially considering the form Davy Fitzgerald’s Wexford enter the game. A successful Walsh Cup campaign that concluded with Shaun Murphy lifting silverware followed by an impressive opening League round victory against neighbours Waterford, Davy Fitzgerald’s side are showing zero signs of stopping.

What time does it start?

The game throws in at 2pm on Sunday, February 4th, 2018 @ Wexford Park.

Is it on the box? 

The game will be shown live on TG4 with coverage getting underway at 1.30pm.

RTÉ 2’s Allianz League Sunday will show highlights at 9:30pm.

What are the odds?

Wexford are 6/4 to win at home, while Cork are 4/6 to get the win.

A draw is priced at 8/1.

What are the team line-outs? 

1.Mark Fanning
2.Damien Reck
3.Liam Ryan
4.Shaun Murphy
5.Paudie Foley
6.Matthew O’Hanlon
7.Simon Donohoe
8.Kevin Foley
9.Diarmuid O’Keeffe
10.Aidan Nolan
11.Lee Chin
12.Jack O’Connor
13.Paul Morris
14.David Dunne
15.Conor McDonald.

Subs: C O Leary, E Moore, W Deveraux, A Maddock, E Martin, H Kehoe, J Guiney, C Dunbar, J O’Connor, M O’Regan, C Firman.



1.Patrick Collins
2.Sean O’Donoghue
3.Eoin Cadogan
4.Conor O’Sullivan
5.Christopher Joyce
6.Tim O’Mahony
7.Mark Ellis
8.Darragh Fitzgibbon
9.Daniel Kearney
10.Robbie O’Flynn
11.Conor Lehane
12.Bill Cooper
13.Alan Cadogan
14.Patrick Horgan
15.Seamus Harnedy.


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