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Hop Ball Wexford Senior hurling title race is wide open based on Sunday’s action

Brendan Furlong


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Cloughbawn's Connal Flood and Conal Clancy of Faythe Harriers in action last weekend. Amazingly Cloughbawn, who went into the final series where a victory or draw would have given them a quarter-final spot, now find themselves in a relegation play-off to preserve their Senior status.

Cloughbawn's Connal Flood and Conal Clancy of Faythe Harriers in action last weekend. Amazingly Cloughbawn, who went into the final series where a victory or draw would have given them a quarter-final spot, now find themselves in a relegation play-off to preserve their Senior status.

Cloughbawn's Connal Flood and Conal Clancy of Faythe Harriers in action last weekend. Amazingly Cloughbawn, who went into the final series where a victory or draw would have given them a quarter-final spot, now find themselves in a relegation play-off to preserve their Senior status.

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What did we learn? The lessons from round five of the Pettitt’s Senior hurling championship make it easier to understand how open the title race is.

The value of experience is one obvious aspect in trying to assess the battle for honours. Rapparees, for instance, who enjoyed such a comfortable county final victory last year, are being pushed all the way in their group games, no longer the clear favourites as many would have believed following the opening round of matches.


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