Faythe Harriers have been dealt a blow for this year’s Wexford Senior hurling championship….
Faythe Harriers played Glynn-Barntown in a derby game yesterday in the opening round of the championship. The teams could not be separated at the end, hitting 18 points apiece.
Glynn-Barntown will probably be the happier of the two sides given that they are down multiple players due to travelling and due to injuries. Six Glynn-Barntown players made their Senior hurling debuts in Chadwicks Wexford Park yesterday evening.
One glaring omission from the Faythe Harriers panel was Richie Lawlor.
An inter-county hurler, Lawlor would be one of the major players for the Wexford town side.
Lawlor is travelling and he will be out for most of the championship, although manager ‘Sack’ Walsh said that he would be hopeful of his return if the club makes it through to the knock-out stages of the competition.
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