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Five Talking Points Following Wexford’s Demolition Of Laois

Wexford comprehensively defeated Laois at O'Moore Park this afternoon... It was Darragh Egan's first championship win as Wexford Senior hurling manager, having previously drawn with Galway and lost to Dublin in the opening two rounds. Here, we look at some of the major talking points following the game: Big scoreline: Wexford racked up a big …

How To Watch Wexford Vs Laois Leinster Hurling Championship On Saturday

Championship hurling is back this weekend and Wexford are in action.. Wexford will face Laois in the Leinster Hurling Championship this weekend. The game will not be broadcasted live on tv, however, viewers will be able to watch the Wexford-Laois game live via GAAGo's platform. There is a small price increase for the Championship game; …

All The Scorers From Wexford’s Allianz League Victory Over Laois

Wexford were comfortable winners over an injury-stricken Laois in the opening round of the Allianz National Hurling League yesterday.. Full time: Wexford 4-17 Laois 0-10 Scorers: Wexford: Seamus Casey (0-1f); Damien Reck, Liam Ryan, Conor Firman, Gavin Bailey (0-2), Simon Donohoe (0-2), Conal Flood; Diarmuid O’Keeffe (0-2), Conor Hearne (1-1); Kevin Foley, Jack O’Connor (0-1 …

McLoughlin Announces Wexford Senior Football XV To Face Laois

The Leinster Senior Football Championship commences this Saturday at 6:30pm.  Wexford host Laois, who travel to the game as strong favourites, but the Model County will be quietly confident entering the game against the O'Moore County. Wexford manager Paul McLoughlin has named his starting XV: 1.Conor Swaine (Horeswood) 2.Michael Furlong (Adamstown) 3.Jim Rossiter  (St Fintans) 4.Conor Carty(Castletown) 5.Glen …

Laois Name Experienced Team To Face Wexford In Saturday’s Championship

Paul McLoughlin's Wexford will face Laois in the opening round of the Leinster Senior Football Championship this weekend.  The ball throws in at 6:30 pm on Saturday at Wexford Park. Laois, who travel to the Sunny South East as strong favourites, have announced their XV ahead of the game: 1.Graham Brody 2.Ruaidhri Fennell 3.Mark Timmons 4.Gareth Dillon …

Forde Confident Wexford Can Overcome Odds And Defeat Laois

Despite their poor National Football League campaign, some people are remaining hopeful ahead of Wexford's looming Leinster Championship opener.  Speaking at the Wexford GAA Championship Preview Night as one of the main speakers, Wexford Gaelic football legend Mattie Forde insists Paul McLoughlin's charges can still get the job done against Laois: "They've had a tough …