Wexford will take on Dublin in Croke Park this weekend…
Wexford’s third round of the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship will take place on Saturday May 6th at 5pm in Croke Park.
It’s a huge game in the hurling calendar for both Wexford and Dublin fans. A win for either side will keep their Leinster Championship hopes alive. Should Wexford win, they’ll have two home games in their remaining games. In round 4, they’ll take on Westmeath, and a win against Westmeath, would set up a mouth-watering clash against Kilkenny.
It’s good news for Wexford hurling supporters who are not planning on attending the game this weekend, as the match will be streamed live on GAA’s official streaming platform, GAA Go.
The match will cost 12 euro to stream on their platform and it can be purchased here.
For those thinking about heading to the game in Galway and supporting the Yellowbellies in person, ticket details have also been released.
While Liam Ryan is an injury doubt ahead of the game, it is believed that Damien Reck could return to the fold, having not togged out at all against Antrim last week.
Read the talking points from Wexford’s previous clash from round 2 against Antrim here.
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