Wexford football was handed a boost after this evening’s County Board Meeting…
Former Wexford inter-county footballer David Murphy takes the reigns of the Wexford Minor footballers, replacing Ferns St Aidans clubman Peter Nolan in the role.
The appointment is set to hand a much-needed boost to Wexford football.
Murphy, who has previous Senior backroom experience with Seamus Banty McEnaney, had a lenghty inter-county footballing career which spanned across thirteen years.
A man who made 180 competitive appearances (47 Championship) for the Model County, Murphy knows what it takes to perform at an elite level, and will be now looking to inspire and mentor the next generation of Wexford footballers.
With Kerry native Paul Galvin also announced as manager of the Wexford Senior Footballers, a revisit to Wexford’s footballing heights of 2008 might not be as far away as it seems afterall.
Meanwhile, as expected, Brendan Kehoe will continue in his role as Wexford U-20 football manager.
In other news, Glynn-Barntown’s Paul Carley will join Buffers Alley clubman Aidan O’Connor as the pair will take the reigns of the minor hurling team for the upcoming season.
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