Former Wexford hurler in the mix to become new u20 hurling manager

A former Wexford hurler’s name has been thrown into the mix to become the new u20 hurling manager…

Wexford GAA were on the look out for a new manager for the Wexford u20 hurling team.

That was after Keith Rossiter, who was the previous manager of the Wexford u20 hurling team, was promoted to the Senior ranks and named Wexford Senior Hurling manager.

After that, Michael Jacob was ratified as the Wexford Minor hurling manager on on 26 September 2023.

Reports in the Irish Examiner today suggest that Jacob could become the new u20 hurling manager with former Wexford boxer, and Oulart-The Ballagh team-mate, Adam Nolan, as a member of his backroom team which would be an interesting development.

Perhaps, the addition of Rory Jacob could be on the cards too – or perhaps, the Examiner have got the Jacobs mixed up, given that his brother Michael has already been ratified to continue as Wexford minor manager.

Rory was involved with the Wexford u20 hurlers as a coach alongside Joe Kearns and Eanna Martin for the previous two years, under Rossiter’s helm.

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