POSTED ONNOVEMBER 21, 2017EDIT "HILARIOUS VIDEO OF RAPPAREES’ PADGE ‘SKINNER’ WALSH GOES VIRAL"
Hilarious Video Of Rapparees’ Padge ‘Skinner’ Walsh Goes Viral
Not often does an Enniscorthy man become a viral sensation, however, yesterday marked a special occasion... On Monday, November 20, GAA Wrap uploaded a video of a fan that was clearly engrossed in the game shouldering one of the opposition's players. In their Twitter post, they claimed they had "no details" on the eight-second clip …
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POSTED ONMAY 26, 2017EDIT "QUIZ: CAN YOU NAME ALL OF WEXFORD’S HURLING ALL-STARS?"
Quiz: Can You Name All Of Wexford’s Hurling All-Stars?
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POSTED ONMAY 9, 2017EDIT "A GOREY MAN’S CYCLE FROM ALASKA TO ARGENTINA"
A Gorey Man’s Cycle From Alaska To Argentina
Book Review: Half The World Away In February 2010, Ian Lacey met Lee Saville at a friend’s birthday party in Denver, Colorado. From the beginning, it was clear that the two of them were looking to do something very different with their lives. Another chance encounter with a delegate at an environmentalist conference would point …
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POSTED ONAPRIL 10, 2017EDIT "WATCH: #WENGEROUT SIGN SPOTTED AT WEXFORD RACES"
Watch: #WengerOut Sign Spotted At Wexford Races
Although the Aintree festival made most of the headlines over the past week, there was one event in Wexford that gathered national media headlines. In Arsene Wenger's 21st season in charge of the Gooners, some fans are beginning to lose patience and are questioning his current position as manager of Arsenal. Certainly, this person isn't a fan …
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POSTED ONAPRIL 2, 2017EDIT "ADAMSTOWN’S OFFICIAL GAA ACCOUNT POSTS HILARIOUS PHOTO ABOUT TJ REID"
Adamstown’s Official GAA Account Posts Hilarious Photo About TJ Reid
On Sunday, Wexford hurling fans dared to believe as they witnessed their Senior hurling team overcome the mighty cats for the first time since their 2004 Leinster final win.