Intermediate Hurling is a “Bear Pit”

The Courtyard Intermediate Hurling Championship is surely the most competitive grade in the County as clubs vye for a place at the top table in Senior Hurling.

The grade consists of Crossabeg/Ballymurn, HWH Bunclody, Buffers Alley, Taghmon/Camross, Askamore, Blackwater, Adamstown, Rathgarogue/ Cushinstown, Ballygarrett, Monageer/Boolavogue, St James, and Oylegate/Glenbrien.

Many people expect Oylegate/Glenbrien to bounce back after last year’s shock relegation, a season dogged by injuries, especially when one remembers their semi-final exit at the hands of Naomh Eanna in 2018.

The Oulart-The Ballagh duo of Stephen Doyle and Colin Sunderland take charge of this exciting team, a blend of youth and experience, containing three members of the Wexford panel, the Reck brothers and Seamus Casey, as well as the goal scoring Podge Doran.

We caught up with joint manager, Stephen Doyle, at training on Tuesday evening.

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