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GAA fans face tighter controls 21/01/15

| January 21, 2015
GAA fans face tighter controls 21/01/15

GAA fans attending club games at Wexford Park face a new parking crackdown when the 2015 season begins.

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Less may now be More when it comes to Games for Young players 01/01/15

| January 1, 2015
Less may now be More when it comes to Games for Young players 01/01/15

I see where Coiste na nOg are disappointed that they did not provide more games for the young GAA players in Wexford this year but, perhaps, given the fact that we are such a dual county with most of the players also participating in other sports such as soccer and rugby, playing less games and […]

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Another dream comes true for The Brother 23/12/14

| December 23, 2014
Another dream comes true for The Brother 23/12/14

Well folks I hope you are not too cold back home but I am thinking of you all as I enjoy the sun, sea and everything else out here.

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My Wexford team of 2014 06/12/14

| December 6, 2014
My Wexford team of 2014 06/12/14

And so the year is nearly over (well for me it is anyway) the nights are long, the days short and very bloody cold and all we can do is look back on the sporting highlights of the year and forward to what might be in store in 2015.

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• Mixture of Olympic, Senior & Youth Champions to Compete in Liam Walsh Tournament 04/12/14

| December 4, 2014
•	Mixture of Olympic, Senior & Youth Champions to Compete in Liam Walsh Tournament 04/12/14

Billy Walsh, son of the late Liam Walsh and Head Coach of the successful IABA Elite Boxing High Performance Unit has announced the full list of boxers who will compete in the special Boxing Tournament, in memory of his late father Liam Walsh.

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Time to pick my All Stars for 2014 23/11/14

| November 23, 2014
Time to pick my All Stars for 2014 23/11/14

This is the time of the year when we all look back on the season, the highs, the lows, the what was and the what might have been.

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St Anne’s Never Say Die Spirit Prevails 22/11/14

| November 22, 2014
St Anne’s Never Say Die Spirit Prevails 22/11/14

In the National League semi-final of 2005 on a really wretched day in Portlaoise the scores were level between Wexford and Tyrone as the game entered its final moments when up stepped David Fogarty to kick a fine point under great pressure; it turned out to be the winning score and David showed marvellous composure […]

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Strangest Season Ever? 21/11/14

| November 21, 2014
Strangest Season Ever? 21/11/14

After Manchester Utd won pre season in America and spent over £170 million in the summer a lot of Man Utd fans seemed to think there was going to be a great improvement this year compared to last year. But after 11 games they sit 7th in the league despite having the best manager in […]

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Second Senior Football Semi-FinalDown For Decision This Weekend 06/11/14

| November 6, 2014
Second Senior Football  Semi-FinalDown For Decision This Weekend 06/11/14

The second of the senior football semi finals takes place next Sunday at Wexford Park when Shelmaliers take on St Anne’s.

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Shels victory put a gloss on poor championship 06/11/14

| November 6, 2014
Shels victory put a gloss on poor championship 06/11/14

And so it’s all over, at least as far as the hurlers are concerned. The footballers are still playing around in the muck but the hurling is done and dusted for another year. It will not be a year to go down in history as one for classic games or great hurling but I suppose […]

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