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Top Scorers From Wexford Senior Hurling Championship Revealed

The Wexford Senior hurling championship Golden Hurl winner for 2022 can now be revealed

The Wexford Senior hurling championship ended with Ferns St Aidans claiming silverware and creating history as they won the championship for the first time in their club’s history.

It was a real team effort that pulled them over the line against St Martins and in the other matches along the way to glory.

However, one Ferns St Aidan’s player did a lot of scoring for them throughout the championship and he has received the Golden Hurl for 2022.

Attacker Ian Byrne has won the Golden Hurl, scoring a cracking 4-68 throughout the championship. Interestingly, 3-14 came from play, which serves to highlight the advantage of having a pinpoint accurate free taker on the team.

In second place was St Martins club man and county finalist runner-up, Joe Coleman, who scored 0-68, with 0-18 coming from play.

Via Daniel O’Regan (Twitter)

Taking out free-taking and scores from placed balls, St Annes’ Liam Og McGovern (5-15), Naomh Eanna’s Conor McDonald (5-12) and Glynn-Barntown’s Rowan White (4-13) found themselves in the top three from play.

The analysis was provided by Wexford native Daniel O’Regan, who can be found on Twitter here.

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