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Good News As Wexford Senior Hurling Final To Be Broadcasted Live On TV

The two Wexford Senior hurling semi-finals took place in Chadwicks Wexford Park yesterday…

The Rapparees defeated the tipped Glynn-Barntown, while fourteen men St Annes always looked the better side against reigning champions and this year’s favourites, Shelmaliers.

The two teams that will compete in this year’s Pettit’s Senior Hurling Final will be St Annes and the Rapparees.

It’s good news for Wexford GAA fans and hurling fans across the country. TG4 have revealed that they will be broadcasting the Wexford Senior hurling final this Sunday.

Throw-in for the game is at 2pm, but coverage will start on TG4 at 1:30pm.

Following the Wexford Senior Hurling final, the Carlow Senior hurling final between Mount Leinster Rangers and Naomh Moling will be broadcasted by the Irish television station. Coverage for the follow-up game will begin at 3:40pm on TG4.

Betting Odds:

The bookies, including PaddyPower, Betfair, and BoyleSports, have all released their odds for the upcoming clash, which is scheduled to take place this weekend, Sunday, September 19th at 2:00pm.

After their performance against the Shelmaliers, the bookies have St Annes as slight favourites heading into the game. The Annes are priced at 4/6, the draw is priced at 8/1, while the Rapps can be got at 6/4.

Predict it:

We are currently running a poll over on our Twitter page, where we are asking our followers to select who they believe will be crowned Wexford Senior hurling champions for 2021.


Tickets will go on general sale from Wednesday morning through the Official Wexford GAA website at Tickets will also be on sale through Pettit’s Supervalu stores throughout the county. General admission is €20, while students and OP cost €10. Tickets for the terrace side cost €15 and €7.60 for students and OAPs.

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