All you need to know ahead of Naomh Eanna’s Leinster hurling clash against Kilcormac Killoughey

The excitement is building as Wexford Senior hurling champions, Naomh Eanna, will play Killcormac Killoughey this weekend…

Here, we provide all the basic information and the must-know details ahead of the match.

What’s it in?

It’s a Leinster hurling club championship game. It’s a quarter-final of the competition. Both teams have been placed automatically into the quarter-final of the competition, having won their respective county titles?

Where is it on?

It takes place at Chadwicks Wexford Park.

When is it on?

It’s on Sunday, November 12th. Throw in is at 1:30pm.

What happens if they win?

The Gorey side will be hoping to progress to the next round where they will face the winners of the Kilkenny vs Carlow champions. O’Loughlin Gaels are the Kilkenny champions, while Mt Leinster Rangers are the Carlow hurling champions.

Where can I get tickets?

Tickets for the match are currently on sale and can be purchased online in advance of the game. Adult tickets cost €15, while students and OAP’s cost €10.00 They can be purchased online via Universe, the GAA’s official ticket selling platform.

Betting odds?

Despite being at home, Naomh Eanna are not favourites. The Offaly champions enter the game as 1/2 favourites, while Naomh Eanna can be secured at a price of 5/2 with most major bookmakers.

Is it on TV?

For those not attending the game, the match will also be broadcast live on TG4.

Players to look out for:

Conor McDonald, Cathal Dunbar, Jack Cullen and Charlie McGuckin are Naomh Eanna’s players to look out for. For the Offaly side, there will be a lot of attention on their young corner forward, Adam Screeney. After that, Cillian Kiely, Cathal Kiely, and Charlie Mitchell are all worth keeping an eye on.

Jason Redmond
Jason Redmond

From Gorey, Jason is the owner of Wexford Weekly. He is also a post-primary English and History teacher.

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