Another Three Wexford Natives Win An All-Ireland With A Different County

Last weekend, a St Martins club-man was involved in Donegal’s All-Ireland win..

St Martins club man Luke White starred in goal for Donegal in their win over Mayo last weekend. This weekend, a Faythe Harriers club-man followed in White’s steps capturing All-Ireland hurling glory with a county that isn’t his native one.

Jamie McDonnell won the Lory Meagher Cup with Louth.

McDonnell played centre-back for the Wee County and kept the Fermanagh number eleven scoreless in the process.

It has now came to our attention that the two Crosbies, both Lee and Seanie, are also Wexford natives and were part of the successful Louth Senior hurling squad.

The All-Ireland hurling final, which was played in Croke Park on Saturday, saw Louth ran out eleven point winners on a scoreline of 2-19 – 2-08.

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