Attention is turning to Wexford’s opening Leinster Championship hurling match against Galway…
The Leinster Hurling Championship game will take place on Saturday 22nd April at 4:30pm in Pearse Stadium, Galway.
Darragh Egan’s Wexford Senior hurlers have been handed a major boost ahead of the Leinster Championship opener.
Both Liam Ryan and Richie Lawlor have returned from their respective injuries and they will be in contention to play against Galway, both having started in a challenge game against Tipperary recently which was marred by the racist abuse directed at Lee Chin.
Along with Ryan and Lawlor returning, Naomh Eanna’s Conor McDonald has also returned from injury, having limped off early against Cork in the Allianz League while he failed to feature against Limerick in the final Allianz League game.
The involvement of Lee Chin in that game can also be seen as a positive for Darragh Egan, as the Faythe Harriers man struggled with injuries throughout the Allianz League campaign.
Notably, Crossabeg’s Oisin Foley received game-time. This was note-worthy as the Crossabeg-Ballymurn club man did not feature throughout the Allianz Hurling League.
Darragh Egan will need his best players available should they be in contention to beat Galway in Pearse Stadium – and these additions can surely be seen as a positive for Wexford hurling supporters as the Leinster Championship looms.
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