Bizarre sequence of events as Wexford CCCC to investigate the game that never was
Wexford CCCC are set to launch an investigation into a phantom match after it was revealed that the game never took place, despite a result and referee’s report being filed.
An All County Football League tie between Clongeen and Ballyhogue would rarely raise eyebrows but GAA chiefs are carrying out an internal inquiry after a strange sequence of events.
Despite one side forfeiting the game before throw-in due to insufficient numbers, Wexford officials were informed by text of the result, which is the format followed by all referees, before receiving a full match report.
A full investigation is currently underway by the CCCC and Wexford Referees following information received that the match, fixed for two weeks ago, had never materialised.
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