Lee Chin News Is Not The News Wexford Hurling Fans Wanted

It’s safe to say that this isn’t the news that we wanted…

Lee Chin coming on for Wexford against Waterford in the second half was one of the few Wexford highlights from a dismal play.

The Faythe Harriers club man came on for Fethard’s Mikey Dwyer at the 54th-minute mark of the game, erupting a large cheer from the Wexford fans. His Allianz League semi-final appearance was to be Chin’s first and only outing in the League for 2022.

Chin had been ruled out of the Allianz Hurling League due to a hamstring injury.

Sports journalist with the Irish Independent, Michael Verney, has since reported that Chin has suffered a fresh hamstring injury.

The Irish Independent reports that the new injury concern casts a doubt over the Wexford man’s name for the looming Leinster Hurling Championship campaign.

Wexford are due to take on Henry Shefflin’s Galway side at home in Wexford Park on Saturday 16 April. Fans will be hoping that they have their full compliment, including their captain Lee Chin, available for the game.

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Jason Redmond
Jason Redmond

From Gorey, Jason is the owner of Wexford Weekly. He is also a post-primary English and History teacher.

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