The local championships are over, and for most winning clubs, attention now turns to their respective Leinster championship campaigns…
If you’re looking for a place to see how all the Wexford champions got on in Leinster, then you’ve found it. This article will continue to be updated with results as the teams advance in their respective competitions.
RED = STILL IN CHAMPIONSHIP
Senior Hurling – St Martins:
St Martins will play the winner of Ballyhale Shamrocks and Clonkill at an away venue on the weekend of 16/17th November. St Martins lost to Ballyhale Shamrocks on a scoreline of 5-18 to 1-16 in the Leinster semi-final.
Intermediate A Hurling – Cloughbawn
Cloughbawn were defeated by Naas today in Bellefield on a scoreline of 0-09 to 0-14.
Intermediate B Hurling – Ballygarrett
Ballygarret Realt Na Meaa defeated Naomh Bríd of Carlow on a scoreline of 1-12 to 3-09. They march on to the semi-final stages now, where they’ll face Cullion of Mullingar Westmeath on the weekend of the 16/17th of Novemember.
Ballygarret defeated Cullion on a scoreline of 4-20 to 1-13. They’re now into a Leinster final, where they’ll play Conahy Shamrocks (Kilkenny) after they easily dispatched Longford’s Clonguish Gaels in the other semi-final.
The Leinster Club Junior Hurling final will take place on the 30/11/2019 or 01/12/2019. Conahy Shamrocks edged out Ballygarrett Realt na Mara in today’s Leinster Club JHC decider at Enniscorthy. The Kilkenny champions prevailed over their Wexford hosts by 4-13 to 3-12
Senior Football – Castletown
Wexford Senior Football champions Castletown were defeated in their first outing, losing out to Carlow champions Éire Óg on a scoreline of 4-06 to 1-10.
Intermediate Football – (NO RESULT YET)
Bunclody defeated St Mary’s of Maudlintown on Sunday November 3rd at Innovate Wexford Park. They face Crossabeg-Ballymurn in the final.
The winner of the Wexford IFC final was due to play Mullinavat of Kilkenny at an away venue, but Wexford had to give a walk-over due to the back-log in the Wexford IFC.
Junior Football – Rathgarogue Cushinstown
Their Leinster football clash against Mooncoin of Kilkenny was postponed today and is rescheduled for tomorrow for the same time and same venue.
Wexford Intermediate A champions Rathgarogue-Cushinstown defeated Dublin’s Chraobh Chiaráin in O’Kennedy Park on Satuday 09 November on a scoreline of 0-11 to 0-06. They’re now through to the Leinster semi-final, where they will face Shanon Bridge of Offaly.
The Wexford club side, who will play in their first-ever Leinster final, will now look forward to a Leinster final clash against Meath champions Clann Na Gael after defeating Offaly champions by 1-08 to 0-07. The final will be played on Saturday 7th December or Sunday 8th December, with a venue and time yet to be confirmed.