Wexford Ladies Footballers Draw In National League Final

On Sunday afternoon, Wexford and Tipperary played in the Division three Ladies Football final in Clane. For most of the game, the sides were closely matched and Wexford needed a last-gasp Fiona Rochford point to force a replay against the Premier County. Wexford's result was helped by the clinical finishing of Aisling Murphy, who scored …

Watch: Davy Fitz Speaks About Tactics, Health And Wexford GAA

Two weeks ago, the current Wexford Senior hurling manager Davy Fitzgerald spoke with Official GAA about his recent health, his new employment with Wexford GAA, and his aims for the future.  Undoubtedly, Davy Fitz's name in the media is now a regular thing; for good or for bad, the media attention he receives is overwhelming. …

Wexford Minor Hurlers Book Place In Leinster Semi-Final

On Saturday afternoon, the Wexford minor hurlers faced off against Offaly in the Leinster semi-final at Wexford Park.  In the end, the game finished on a scoreline of 2:17-1:13 in favour of Eamonn Scallan's Yellowbellies. Throughout the game, Wexford seemed to be in comprehensive control, keeping intact a lead of about five points for most of …

Watch: Relive The Unbelievable Comeback By Wexford V Meath In 2008

Like all GAA fans, Wexford fans appreciate and cherish moments of greatness. One moment of Wexford GAA greatness came in the summer of 2008. With super-human scores from Mattie Forde and Ciaran Lyng, the 2008 comeback against Meath in the Leinster championship will be forever in our memories. Trailing the majority of the match by …

Wexford Minor Hurling Manager Under Scrutiny For Unorthodox Methods

The last time the Wexford minor hurlers achieved championship glory was in 1985.  Last year, Wexford lost out to a strong Dublin side in the Leinster final, while similar faith beckoned in the 2012 final at HQ. The minor hurling side this year is managed by Eamonn Scallan, a former member of the famous 1996 All-Ireland …

Davy Fitz’s Match Ban Won’t Matter In The Slightest

Over the past week, the Wexford and Tipperary match has been completely overshadowed in the media by the passionate antics of Davy Fitzgerald.  Always, if a modern-day manager is going to walk onto the field of play he's going to force repercussions. If an eight-week ban suffices is questionable, however, it is sad to see …