Naomh Eanna Player To Feature On The ‘Underdogs’ TV Show On Thursday Night

TG4’s legendary GAA series ‘Underdogs’ is back, but this time, with the fastest field game in the world…

The search is on to find a squad of ambitious hurlers with enough drive, skill and passion to take on one of the greatest teams in the country.

On the side-line will be the brand new management team; former Cork hurler and county manager John Allen; Wexford camogie star and four time All-Ireland winner Claire O’ Connor and former Cork minor player, Jamie Wall.

For apply to the show, applicants had to tick two boxes. They had to be over eighteen years of age – and they never have played with a county team in the Liam McCarthy Cup.

People from across Wexford, and specifically Gorey locals, will have a close eye on Thursday night’s programme.

Thomas Stafford, who is the club’s Intermediate Football captain, will be featuring on the show, Naomh Eanna GAA club confirmed.

Thomas has been a regular starter for the Gorey town side throughout the Wexford Senior Hurling championship, typically tasked with man-marking duties in the corner-back position.

This week, the management team must chose a panel of over 30 players from the hundreds of potentials that applied.

The show, broadcasted on TG4, starts at 9:30pm on Thursday.

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