Wexford Native Paul Boyle Handed First Cap For Connacht In Thomond Park

He's one of our own. Paul Boyle...remember the name.  Despite being only 20-years of age, Wexford native Paul Boyle was handed his first cap for the Connacht Rugby team yesterday evening when they faced Munster in Thomond Park. As mentioned in an earlier article, Boyle captained the Irish u20's throughout the World Cup last year …

Wexford Senior Football Side Named As Dublin Visit Enniscorthy

The Wexford Senior footballers lost out to Offaly in the opening round of the O'Byrne Cup and they'll be looking to make amends as All-Ireland champions Dublin visit Enniscorthy on Sunday.  Making amends doesn't mean a victory though; it means performances by players hoping to place one foot in the door of the matchday team …

Another Wexford Stalwart Retires From Inter-County Football

The Wexford Senior Footballers have been dealt another retirement blow...  PJ Banville and Shane Roche have already announced their inter-county retirements, and now Joey Wadding is the latest player to add his name to the list. Wadding announced his retirement on Twitter in a classy, yet emotional farewell stating that he made himself available for …

Local Rugby Player Makes Connacht Mens Senior Rugby Squad For Saturday

Connacht will face Munster this Saturday in Thomond Park and there will be a familiar Wexford face in the match-day squad...  Connacht Head Coach Kieran Keane has announced his starting fifteen and full match-day squad to take on Munster. Paul Boyle, who hails from Castletown in Co.Wexford played with Gorey RFC, and he has now …

Dublin Footballers Looking For 17-Point-Win Against Wexford On Sunday

After Dublin's shock draw to the Offaly footballers in the opening round of the O'Byrne Cup, they've put themselves in a bit of a tricky situation...  To qualify for the next round of the pre-season competition, the reigning All-Ireland champions now need to overcome Wexford by a total of seventeen points or more. The game …

Another Victory Means Wexford Avoid Kilkenny In Walsh Cup Semi-Final

If Wexford overcome Wicklow in the next round of the Walsh Cup, it is likely that they will face Pat Gilroy's Dublin in the semi-final...  Wexford, Carlow and Wicklow have been drawn on one side with the winners facing the group winners of Antrim, Dublin and Meath. Despite the away venue, Wexford enter the game …