Wexford to shock Louth on Sunday

Wexford face Louth in the opening round of the Leinster Senior Football Championship on Sunday at 3pm in Innovate Wexford Park.

Paddy Powers install Louth as 8/15 favourites, Wexford are chalked up slightly better than 2/1 at 21/10, and you can back a draw at 15/2, but the prices are certainly not a true reflection on the likely outcome of this game, and the 21/10 may well prove value on the home-side.

Wexford will have little to fear from Louth, the north Leinster men took fourth place in Division 3 of this year’s Allianz Football League, with wins against, Down, Sligo, Offaly, and Laois, a draw against Westmeath, and they lost out to Carlow and Longord.

After a shaky start in Division 4 of the Allianz League, Wexford had victories against Antrim, Derry, and Limerick.

1 Matt Doyle- Glynn-Barntown, 2 Michael Furlong- Adamatown, 3 Martin O’Connor- HWH Bunclody 4 Conor Carty- Castletown, 5 Glen Malone- Shelmaliers. 6 Brian Malone- Shelmaliers,7 Eoin Porter- Rath/Cushionstown, 8 Daithi Waters- St Martins, 9 Niall Hughes- Kilanerin, 10 Eoghan Nolan- Shelmaliers, 11 Barry O’Connor- St Martins, 12 Conor Devitt- Kilanerin, 13 Kevin O’Grady- St James, 14 Ben Brosnan- Castletown, 15 Jonathan Bealin- Castletown.

Subs- 16 Conor Swaine- Horeswood, 17 Gavin Sheehan- Gusserane, 18 James Cash-Shelmaliers, 19 Alan Nolan- Taghmon-Camross, 20 Shane Doyle- Ballyhogue, 21 Donal ShanleySt Fintans, 22 Tiarnan Rossiter- St Mary’s Rosslare, 23 David Shannon- St Johns Volunteers, 24 JohnTubritt- Fethard, 25 Naomhan Rossiter- St Mary’s Rosslare, 26 Robert Frayne- Duffry Rovers.

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