Padraig Foley marked a significant milestone in his inter-county career with a magnificent winning point as the Wexford Senior hurlers produced a strong finish to pip holders Galway to the Bord na Móna Walsh Cup title under the floodlights in MW Hire O'Moore Park, Portlaoise, on Saturday.
Two of the more experienced players produced the goods when they were needed most in sunny John Locke Park, Callan, on Sunday as the Wexford Senior hurlers marched on to a third successive Bord na Móna Walsh Cup final with a decisive twelve-point win over depleted Kilkenny.
The first domestic silverware of the new decade was winging its way towards Ballyoughter rather than Bishopswater on Saturday night after St. Patrick's scored a decisive and deserved ten-point victory over St. Joseph's in the 2019 Greenstar Under-20 football Roinn 1B championship final in St. Patrick's Park, Enniscorthy.
The extent of the work facing the Wexford Under-20 footballers before their championship opener away to Carlow next month was clearly underlined in the Netwatch Training Centre in Fenagh on Friday when the same opposition sauntered to a handy 19-point victory in this Andrew Corden Cup opener.
The quest for a first Wexford football win under the stewardship of new manager Paul Galvin continues after an already-qualified Offaly displayed their clear superiority by a convincing eight-point-margin in this concluding Bord na Móna O'Byrne Cup Group 3 tie in the Faithful Fields training complex on Saturday.
The magnificent men of Rathgarogue-Cushinstown received the rich rewards their mighty collective effort so richly deserved in Páirc Tailteann, Navan, on Saturday when they made G.A.A. history by bringing the AIB Leinster Club Junior football championship crown back to Wexford for the first time.
It was the type of game one expected from two experimental sides as it turned into a real struggle at times before Westmeath eventually came out on top with three points to spare over Wexford in this Bord na Mona O'Byrne Cup Senior football opening round game at St. Patrick's Park, Enniscorthy, on Saturday afternoon last.
Wexford GAA has shown a huge spend of €928,331 on inter-county teams in 2019 compared to €850,144 the previous year, a staggering increase of €78,187, despite having played the same number of games owing to having by-passed the All-Ireland quarter-finals as result of winning the Senior and Minor provincial titles.
A dominant second-half display into the strong breeze enabled Gusserane O'Rahilly's turn a four-point interval deficit into a stunning victory over a shattered Glynn-Barntown in this exciting Wexford Premier Under-20 Football Championship semi-final played in bitterly cold Killurin on Sunday afternoon last.
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