Wexford’s Match Versus Galway This Weekend Will Be Broadcasted Live On TG4

[social_share_button themes='theme1'] For those who can't attend this weekend's match, you're in luck... Irish television broadcaster, TG4, have announced that they will broadcast the Wexford vs Galway Allianz League Quarter-final this weekend. The match takes place this Saturday at Wexford Park. The game will be broadcasted live on TG4 for those who cannot attend. A …

Here’s Who Wexford Will Face In The Semi-Final Should They Beat Galway This Weekend

[social_share_button themes='theme1'] The Wexford hurlers enjoyed a well deserved break from competitive action this weekend... After compfortably defeating Carlow in the final round, the Yellowbellies finished in second-place on the table behind Clare. That meant that, in the quarter-final, Fitzgerald's charges would play whoever finished in third-place of the other group. With Galway getting a …

Wexford To Face Galway In The Allianz League Quarter-Finals

[social_share_button themes='theme1'] The Wexford hurlers enjoyed a well deserved break from competitive action this weekend... After compfortably defeating Carlow in the final round, the Yellowbellies finished in second-place on the table behind Clare. That meant that, in the quarter-final, Fitzgerald's charges would play whoever finished in third-place of the other group. With Galway getting a …

Hurling League Permutations: Here’s Who Wexford Could Face In The Quarter-Finals

[social_share_button themes='theme1'] The Wexford hurlers cruised to victory against Carlow last weekend which meant they finished in second-place of Group B of the Allianz Hurling League... In other group news, both Clare and Kilkenny emerged victorious over Dublin and Laois respectively. It meant that Wexford finished second in the group behind Clare. Finishing second in …

Wexford Hurlers Cruise To 21-Point-Victory Against Carlow At Wexford Park

[social_share_button themes='theme1'] The Wexford hurlers cruised to victory against Carlow this afternoon... Full time:Wexford 2-29Carlow 1-11 As expected, Davy Fitzgerald's Wexford team cruised to victory against Carlow today at Wexford Park. One of the biggest talking points came in the second-half with the introduction of Ferns St Aidans club-man, Paul Morris, after he scored seven …

Wexford’s Fifteen Point Defeat Of Carlow Sets Up Mouthwatering Home Clash Against Kilkenny

Unsurprisingly, Wexford defeated Carlow in the Leinster Hurling Championship on Saturday evening... Full time: Wexford 2-28 - 0-19 Carlow Wexford will now play Kilkenny, which will take place at 7pm, next Saturday at Innovate Wexford Park. The game itself will likely be a sell-out, as there'll be a lot riding on the result. Although the …

A Wexford Double Header Has Been Confirmed For Wexford Park On June 8th

It's great news for Wexford GAA supporters... Davy Fitzgerald's Wexford side host neighbours Carlow in the next round of the Leinster Hurling Championship on June 8th. Following their five-point defeat to Louth, the Wexford Senior Football qualifiers were drawn at home to Derry.That match will now be played as part of a double-header at Innovate …

Wexford Senior Hurlers’ Opponents Confirmed For Next Championship Match

It won't be long now until Davy Fitzgerald's Wexford Senior Hurling team take the field for their next championship game.  After losing to Kilkenny in the Leinster semi-final, the Wexford Senior hurlers are now set to play the runners-up of the Joe McDonagh Cup in an All-Ireland preliminary quarter-final. As the curtain raiser to today's …

A Positive Outlook On The Wexford Senior Hurlers’ Current Position

Wexford might be out of contention for silverware in the Leinster Championship, but the hurling year is far from over for Davy Fitzgerald's charges. The All-Ireland is All to play for:  Cork, Clare and Limerick are the three teams moving onto the All-Ireland stages from Munster. A meeting against the opposite side of the draw …

The Wexford Hurlers Potential Opponents For The Next Two Rounds

Wexford lost out to Kilkenny by the minimum in a Nowlan Park thriller on Saturday night.  Being nine-points up against the Cats in the second-half, the Wexford hurlers and fans will be bitterly disappointed not to come away with the win (or draw which would have seen them through for the final). But, even though …