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Davy Fitz Reaches Out To Assist In Jason Forde’s Ban Appeal

Allianz Hurling League Division 1A Semi-Final, Nowlan Park, Kilkenny 16/4/2017 Wexford vs Tipperary Wexford Manager Davy Fitzgerald clashes with Jason Forde of Tipperary Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

As the drama stemming from the Davy Fitz-Jason Forde saga continues to rumble on following the events at Nowlan Park last Sunday week, the tale has taken another unexpected twist.  Davy has offered his assistance to Tipperary in their appeal against the proposed suspension of Jason Forde. The Wexford boss has contacted Tipperary manager Michael Ryan to offer to help …

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Daithí Regan Slams Davy Fitzgerald’s ‘Imbecilic, Childish Carry-On’

Allianz Hurling League Division 1A Semi-Final, Nowlan Park, Kilkenny 16/4/2017 Wexford vs Tipperary Wexford Manager Davy Fitzgerald and Aidan Nolan clash with Jason Forde of Tipperary Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

As the fallout from Davy Fitzgerald’s on-field outburst on Sunday continues to dominate headlines in the GAA world, the Wexford boss is still anxiously awaiting to hear what his punishment may be.  The idea that Fitzgerald put forward after the game when asked about the incident has been condemned as “rubbish.” He stated that his taking to the Nowlan Park field …

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Opinion: Passion Is No Excuse For Davy Fitzgerald’s Antics

The only thing more curious than Davy Fitzgerald’s antics yesterday on the sideline at Nowlan Park was the lack of criticism he got off the RTÉ panel. Two players, who were tough men on the field, but typically knew where the line was, refused to get worked up about the incredible images of the Wexford manager walking onto the pitch, …

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Five Talking Points From The Weekend’s GAA Action

GAA Allianz Hurling League Division 1A Quarter-Final, Nowlan Park, Kilkenny 2/4/2017 Kilkenny vs Wexford Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ken Sutton

What a day it was on Sunday with the final round of National Football League fixtures as well as the National Hurling League quarter-finals, with finals in the lower divisions also. With so much going on throughout the weekend, here are our five talking points from the last 48 hours on planet GAA. Wexford upset the Cats The revolution is …

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GAA: Five Talking Points From National Hurling League Round One

Allianz Hurling League Division 1A, Pairc Ui Rinn, Ballintemple, Cork 11/2/2017 Cork vs Clare Cork's Darragh Fitzgibbon and Seadna Morey of Clare

The hurling season well and truly got underway on Sunday as the National Hurling League commenced. While this isn’t yet the real deal, it is better for fans than the pre-season competitions as Championship 2017 gets closer and closer. Here are five things that caught our eye on the first weekend of action. Underwhelming First Night Of Action With All-Ireland …

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Opinion: Wexford Have Two All-Ireland Finals In The Coming Weeks

Bord na Mona Walsh Cup Round 1, Gorey, Wexford 8/1/2017 Wexford vs UCD Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

For the past number of years, Wexford hurling has been in a stagnant state. During competitive matches, their players often showed glimpses of greatness, before being knocked straight back into reality. Their 2014 All-Ireland campaign embodied this. The Model County overcame reigning All-Ireland champions, Clare in their first round qualifier, which were two thrilling encounters in front of large crowds …

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Tom Dempsey On Davy Fitzgerald And The Future Of Wexford Hurling

Between his roles as a player, columnist, coach and broadcaster, there are very few men that have as deep an insight into the ups and downs of Wexford’s hurling fortunes over the past 25 years as Tom Dempsey. From scoring the goal to clinch Liam McCarthy in 1996, to documenting the barren spell of recent years, he’s seen it all. …

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Opinion: One Key Reason Waterford Must Win on Sunday

Sunday will see a big test for Derek McGrath’s Waterford as they take on 2013 All-Ireland champions Clare for a place in this year’s Munster final. Much of the talk in the build up will be about Waterford’s system – one which traditionalists don’t see as being attractive to watch. With this comes a massive pressure. If you are going to …

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