Crucial game for Wexford on Sunday

The Wexford team that lined out against the Leinster Senior League photograph courtesy of Wexford Football League

There is a massive game in Ferrycarrig Park on Sunday afternoon at 1.30pm as the Wexford Football League take on the Defence Forces in the Oscar Traynor Cup.

A win will guarantee Wexford a home tie in the quarter-final following their 1-0 win over the Leinster Senior League in Bluebell 3 weeks ago.

Brad O’Neill, Wexford manager and Joe Doyle, assistant manager, dropped in to have a chat with our panel of John Godkin, Colm Murphy, Nicky Murphy and Dave O’Shea.

Wexford panel
Lee Walker (North End), Craig McCabe (North End), Dale Flynn (North End), Gary Delaney (North End), Alan Rhodes (North End), Kyle Dempsey (North End), Shane Dempsey (North End), Niall Connolly (North End), Adam Beary (North End), Paul Murphy (North End), Jason McGuire (Courtown Hibs), Matty Kavanagh (Courtown Hibs), Dylan Cloke (Enniscorthy Utd), Todd Hynes (Wexford Bohs), John Peare (Moyne Rangers), James Peare (Moyne Rangers), Pa O’Shea (Moyne Rangers), Shane Pettit (Rosslare Rangers), Peter Goldsmith (Rosslare Rangers), Sean Stewart (Rosslare Rangers), Emmett Quirke (Shamrock Rovers), Ian Sinnott (Shamrock Rovers), Alan Freeman (Shamrock Rovers), John O’Connor (Shamrock Rovers), Ricky Fox (Shamrock Rovers).

Oscar Traynor Cup (1.30) Ferrycarrig Park
Wexford Football League v Defence Forces

Wexford manager, Brad O’Neill, brought us up to speed on the team’s Oscar Traynor preparations for Sunday.

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