A Naomh Eanna Win On Sunday Would Set Up A Mouthwatering Tie

After a terrific Wexford Senior hurling campaign, newly crowned champions Naomh Eanna now set their sights on the Leinster Club Hurling Championship…

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The Wexford champions will face the Laois hurling champions, Camross, on Sunday 4th November in the Leinster club hurling championship quarter-final.

Although the match will be played away [in O’Moore Park], Naomh Eanna enter the game as strong favorites, priced at 2/9 with most bookmakers.

Camross, priced at 7/2 outsiders, will have it all to play for too – and they certainly won’t fear the first-time Wexford Senior Hurling champions on their home soil.

A win against Laois’ Camross would set up a mouth-watering tie against Kilkenny’s Ballyhale Shamrocks in the Leinster Club semi-final.

On Sunday (28th October) afternoon, Kilkenny’s Ballyhale Shamrocks romped to victory against Bennettsbridge to capture their first Kilkenny SHC trophy since 2014.

That semi-final would be played at home (Sunday 18th November), likely Innovate Wexford Park, where a huge Wexford crowd would gather to support the Gorey men.

Ballyhale Shamrocks, now managed by all-time great Henry Shefflin, boasts players of the caliber of Michael Fennelly, TJ Reid, Colin Fennelly, and Adrian Mullen, to name just a few.

The Gorey natives will have to get over the Laois clash first, but an exciting clash awaits the Wexford champions in the semi-final if they attain the win.

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