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Sinead Kehoe

Sinead Kehoe
Wexford girl with a love for all things GAA. Interests extend from one end of the spectrum to the other. Could list out the most obscure facts about hurling while at the same time tell you everything there is to know about the kardashians. Love an underdog

Five Reasons Wexford Need Davy Fitz To Stay On As Manager

Davy Fitzgerald

Davy Fitzgerald has been like the Messiah Wexford hurling had been waiting for. His managerial CV is glowing but, when he first took on the new post, he warned fans not to expect miracles. He under-promised but reflecting on his first year with the Model County, he has certainly over-delivered. Having come so far after only one year at the …

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Will Lack Of Big-Game Experience Stand In Wexford’s Way?

All roads lead to Croker this weekend for Wexford hurling fans but just how important is it that they get one over on the Tribesmen this Sunday. Recent form would suggest that their adaptability is stronger now than it has been in a long time. Their resistance to affliction was shown when they bounced back after a convincing defeat to …

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Three Reasons Why 2017 Could Be The Year Of The Tribesmen

Allianz Hurling League Division 1A Final, Gaelic Grounds, Limerick 23/4/2017 Galway vs Tipperary The Galway team stand for The National Anthem Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Galway’s modern day position in the hurling hierarchy conflicts with the fact that it has been 28 long years since Liam McCarthy last made a visit to the west.  They have what seems to be a winning formula of top notch player pedigree, significant financial investment and the implementation of key structures and personnel, not to mention a dedicated and …

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Hurling League: Kilkenny And Wexford Contrasting Fortunes Leave Interesting Times Ahead

Allianz Hurling League Division 1B, Pearse Stadium, Galway 19/2/2017 Galway vs Wexford Wexford's Lee Chin celebrates with Conor McDonald at the final whistle Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Spring isn’t the most exhilarating of seasons so is it any surprise that hurling fans can often work themselves up into a frenzy when anything remotely interesting happens during this time of year. February was quite extraordinary in that we’ve taken in the scenes we usually associate with Championship during the League. We’ve had to consciously remind ourselves that the big …

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