[Report] Wexford Senior Camógie Team Refuses To Play Relegation Final

Featured Image Credit: Robert Power, Wexford Camogie Photography.

Updated 17:40, 11/03/2019.

The Wexford Senior Camógie team grabbed headlines in the Camógie world once again on Sunday afternoon…

Wexford were due to play Offaly in the relegation play-off final on Sunday afternoon.

Having traveled to a neutral venue in Parnell’s GAA club in Dublin to play the relegation game, the pitch was deemed unplayable.

Parnell’s [Dublin] 3G pitch was suggested as an alternative venue, however to some confusion, especially in the Offaly camp, the Wexford Camogie set-up refused to play there:

It should come as no surprise that Wexford refused to play on the 3G pitch though, as a lot of the players would not have packed the appropriate footwear, and then, it is a matter of health and safety.

The news will come as a blow to the Offaly camógie team. The Model County will presumably have their returning St Martins contingent for the re-fixture, which would be an added boost for new Wexford Camógie manager, Barry Kennedy.