Wexford’s Senior Hurling Goalkeeping Coach Steps Away From Wexford Set-Up

It recently emerged that Davy Fitzgerald may be looking for a new selector..

That came to light after news emerged that Brendan Bugler, who arrived into the Wexford Senior hurling set-up last year, has left his position as a selector with the Yellowbellies.

As per reports, it has now emerged that Noel Considine, who was the goal-keeping coach with the Wexford Senior hurlers, has now walked away from county’s Senior hurling set up.

Like Bugler, it has been reported that Considine’s decision is also due to family and time commitments.

With Fitzgerald staying on as Wexford Senior hurling manager, he may be seeking both a new selector — and now also a new goalkeeping coach — for the new season.

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