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Wexford GAA Chairman Micheál Martin is planning for success: ‘There’s only so many times you can say you were unlucky’

Wexford GAA Chairman speaks to Pádraig Byrne about the desire to shed the title of ‘nearly men’ for our hurlers, the real problem with Wexford football as the search for a senior manager continues and the debate over a split club season

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Chairman of Wexford GAA MIcheál Martin pictured in Chadwicks Wexford Park. Pic: Jim Campbell

Chairman of Wexford GAA MIcheál Martin pictured in Chadwicks Wexford Park. Pic: Jim Campbell

Chairman of Wexford GAA Micheál Martin pictured in Chadwicks Wexford Park. Pic: Jim Campbell

Chairman of Wexford GAA Micheál Martin pictured in Chadwicks Wexford Park. Pic: Jim Campbell

Wexford manager Darragh Egan congratulating Clare captain Tony Kelly after his teams comeback in the All-Ireland quarter final.

Wexford manager Darragh Egan congratulating Clare captain Tony Kelly after his teams comeback in the All-Ireland quarter final.

Former Wexford football manager Shane Roche, who decided to step down after a two year term.

Former Wexford football manager Shane Roche, who decided to step down after a two year term.

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Chairman of Wexford GAA MIcheál Martin pictured in Chadwicks Wexford Park. Pic: Jim Campbell

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UP at Wexford Park, there hasn’t been much chance to take a breath. A fast-paced but ultimately frustrating inter-county campaign has given way to a frantic club hurling calendar, culminating in St Martin’s v Ferns St Aidan’s. After that there’s a week break before the county will be thrown into the football championship.

There hasn’t been a massive amount of time for reflection in the office of County Chairman Micheál Martin then. But taking a moment ahead of the County Senior Hurling Final, he looks at where the Model County is at one year into Wexford GAA’s much discussed five year plan.


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