Liam Spratt of South East Radio spoke to Wexford hurling manager Davy Fitzgerald following his side’s one-point loss to Kilkenny on Saturday evening.
Fitzgerald wasn’t happy with James McGrath’s performance, the Leinster championship structure, his team’s discipline and overall, Wexford’s second-half performance.
However, the Wexford hurling manager is remaining hopeful for the remainder of the championship and is looking forward to a well-deserved break.
“The good thing is, we’re in the knockout stages. I’m happy Wexford travelled in numbers today, I don’t think we’ve let them down. We’ve worked extremely hard, and we’ve done that for a lot of the game. It’s just hard to take this one.”
“The best thing is, there was a massive gap there for a number of years – there isn’t a massive gap now. Galway are right up there, but we were a bit flat last week.”
You can listen to the full interview below: