Glynn-Barntown Senior hurlers handed boost ahead of crucial clash against Oylegate

It appears that Faythe Harriers are not the only team to be given a boost ahead of the final round of the Wexford Senior hurling championship…

Wexford town side Faythe Harriers will be delighted to welcome back Richie Lawlor from his travels and he is named on their match-day panel ahead of their crucial clash against St Martins.

Another team handed a boost in similar circumstances is Glynn-Barntown.

For the first time in this year’s championship, Rowan White has been named on the Glynn-Barntown panel after being welcomed home from his travels.

Although he is named at number 30, it would be no surprise to see White start the game.

White has been a regular starter for the Glynn-Barntown Senior Hurlers over the past number of years, regularly featuring at wing-back and in the midfield area for his club team.

Glynn-Barntown need a win against Oylegate-Glenbrien this weekend. A loss, or a draw, against Oylegate/Glenbrien will see them placed into a relegation final.

Update: White travelled back to play last week’s game against Naomh Eanna, as per a report in the Irish Independent, scoring 1-01 in the process.

Wexford Weekly
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