Wexford Hurler Highlights That December Is The Month Of Giving

"What do you want for your birthday?" is a typical question one would ask a 21-year-old... But, an unconventional answer to that question is "I'm asking for donations to Mental Health Ireland." Current Wexford hurler and former Wexford footballer Jake Firman has taken the initiative to raise funds for a charity that "means a lot" …

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Did Your Club Receive Funding? Check It Out Here

New year, new me... and that will be the case for many Wexford GAA clubs after they were awarded grants by the Government's Sports Capital funding scheme.  Confirmed today by RTÉ, a total of €56m was distributed to clubs and authorities around the country in the latest round of sports capital grants. Out of those total awards, …

Watch: Throwback To One Of Forde’s Greatest Ever Points

With his club team Kilanerin/Ballyfad, Mattie Forde is continuing to cause havoc in the full-forward line.  In this year's Championship, he was instrumental in his club's return to the top-tier of Wexford football. But that wasn't enough; in the Leinster Intermediate Football Final, he chipped in with an incredible six points to ensure his club …

Two Well-Known Former Footballers Involved With Wexford U-20’s

Even though Seamus McEnaney only managed a mere eight-month spell at the helm, the Wexford Senior footballers were promoted to Division 3 of the National Football League in his quick term.  It was a step in the right direction; an opportunity to improve and more of a reason for our young blood to proudly represent …

Gary Laffan’s Side Will Face Infamous Ballyragget On Saturday

In the Wicklow Senior Hurling Championship, Gary Laffan's Glenealy side were crowned champions after defeating Bray Emmetts.  In his first year in charge, the Wexford 1996 All-Ireland winner has successfully brought silverware back to the parish. 2017 marked the club's first Senior Wicklow title in four years, but now they have their eyes on a …

U-21 Premier Football Match Abandoned In Bellefield

It's Saturday, November 25, and two under-21 football teams have lined out to play in the u-21 Premier football championship.  In Bellefield's ground in Enniscorthy this evening, the Starlights u-21's hosted a travelling St Martins side. Under lights between two top attacking teams, the game had the making of a serious contest between the two …