The Wexford Senior Hurlers were back in action on Sunday against Offaly…
At half-time, the score line stands at 1-08 to 0-13 in Wexford’s favour. The Walsh Cup game ended on a score line of 2-14 to 1-20 in favour of the Yellowbellies.
Attention now turns to the Saturday 21st of January, when Wexford host Kilkenny in the next round of the Walsh Cup.
Speaking in a post-match interview with streaming platform, Clubber, Wexford hurling manager, Darragh Egan, stated:
“It’s going to be a cracker. We played Kilkenny on the very same date last year, we’d a cracker with them, it went to a draw, and we qualified to the Walsh Cup final as a result of that.”
“Next Saturday night is going to be no different. It’s going to be a right, tough affair. There’s a lot of tickets sold; Wexford GAA County Board have done great work to make it a real kid-frienly event.”
“There’s going to be a great buzz around. There’s going to be a buzz when we come in, but how can we keep that buzz there and that’s by our performance on the field. I’m really looking forward to what’s coming. We’re really looking forward to next Saturday night now,” he said.
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