The rivalry and intensity of the exchanges between the New Ross District clubs is one of the main attractions of the Tom Doyle Supplies Senior football championship, and another absorbing encounter was served up in chilly O'Kennedy Park on Saturday when Sam Wall's injury time point granted Gusserane a narrow Group B win over near neighbours St. James'.
When impressive county player Donnacha Holmes slotted the ball under Paul Brennan's body and to the net in the 46th minute, it looked like Castletown had the points in the bag from this Tom Doyle Supplies Senior football championship Group A opener in Innovate Wexford Park on Saturday.
The debrief after Sunday's Allianz Hurling League semi-final disappointment will surely be no place for the faint-hearted, as Wexford's gathering momentum was brought to a jarring halt by rampant Kilkenny who had nine points to spare before a bumper 16,452 crowd in Innovate Wexford Park.
Wexford's long wait of twelve months and six days for an Allianz League win was brought to a welcome end in Innovate Wexford Park on Sunday when the gutsy home side held on in a frantic finale to pip already-promoted Armagh by one point in this bizarre Division 3 encounter.
Glorious relief, sprinkled with no shortage of impossible-to-contain joy, was a pretty sight in Carriganore on Thursday. This was the Presentation Secondary School claiming a stunning All-Ireland Post-Primary Schools Junior 'B' camogie championship title, this was the day dreams were realised.
Wexford's losing streak in the Allianz Football League has now stretched to eight games on the trot straddling two campaigns after they went down to fellow relegation strugglers Offaly by three points in this dour Division 3 battle in St. Patrick's Park, Enniscorthy, on Saturday.
Whatever happens in their future careers, it's doubtful that anyone part of this Wexford Minor ladies' football panel will be involved in such a one-sided game again as they completely swatted aside the feeble challenge of neighbours Carlow in the preliminary round of the Leinster championship at the O'Hanrahan's club grounds on Sunday.
The team with the greater need for the points ultimately prevailed before a 9,793 crowd in Nowlan Park on Sunday, but Kilkenny were pushed all the way by an experimental Wexford side before joining their neighbours in the last eight of the Allianz Hurling League.
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