Wexford will take on Kerry in the preliminary All-Ireland quarter-final this weekend…
The game will take place in Austin Stack Park in Tralee.
The GAA originally had no plans to stream this weekend’s game between the two sides.
However, after some pressure from fans on social media, Wexford GAA chairman, Micháel Martin, has now confirmed that the Kerry-Wexford game will be streamed this weekend.
“Have received confirmation that the Wexford and Kerry game will be streamed by GAA Go this weekend,” he said.
The game will be available to watch worldwide on GAAGo’s platform and it will cost €10.
It’ll be good news for Wexford people who were not able to complete the eight-hour round trip to watch the game. Although ‘nothing beats being there’, watching the game on this platform is definitely another good option for Wexford hurling fans.
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