A new coach has been drafted in by Davy Fitzgerald..
Brendan Bugler left his post as Wexford Senior hurling selector after the Yellowbellies lost out to Galway and Clare in the 2020 Senior hurling championship.
Now, Davy Fitzgerald has brought in a new coach for the upcoming hurling championship.
Former Dublin hurler Niall Corcoran, who retired as a player in 2016, has joined Davy Fitzgerald’s set up with the Wexford Senior hurlers.
Corcoran was involved with Eddie Brennan’s Laois set-up, however, Corcoran stepped away and became available after Brennan joined Dublin club team Cuala.
Corcoran, who is a Games Development Officer with Dublin GAA, also has a Masters in Sports Science in the area of Sports Exercise and Performance Psychology. It’s no doubt that he will be a welcomed addition to Fitzgerald’s backroom team.
After a disappointing 2020, Wexford will be hoping to return to the highs of 2019, where they were crowned Leinster Hurling Champions for the first time since 2004 and were a whisker away from a place in the All-Ireland hurling final.
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