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Make or break weekend

Rest of the hurling quarter-final places up for grabs

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Darragh Pepper (Rapparees) evades Peter Travers (Naomh Eanna) in Friday’s Pettitt’s Senior hurling championship clash in Chadwicks Wexford Park. The Rapps were the first big-name casualties when they were knocked out following a last-gasp penalty goal

Darragh Pepper (Rapparees) evades Peter Travers (Naomh Eanna) in Friday’s Pettitt’s Senior hurling championship clash in Chadwicks Wexford Park. The Rapps were the first big-name casualties when they were knocked out following a last-gasp penalty goal

Darragh Pepper (Rapparees) evades Peter Travers (Naomh Eanna) in Friday’s Pettitt’s Senior hurling championship clash in Chadwicks Wexford Park. The Rapps were the first big-name casualties when they were knocked out following a last-gasp penalty goal

A bumper weekend of hurling is in store as the remaining places on offer in the top four championship quarter-finals are set to be filled from Friday through to Sunday.

And while the majority of clubs still harbour high hopes of featuring in the knockout stages, the dream has already died for three town teams.

Rapparees exited from the Pettitt's Senior hurling race in cruel fashion, when a last-gasp goal from a penalty secured a one-point win for Naomh Eanna in Chadwicks Wexford Park on Friday.