Dublin’s Donal Gormley  is put under pressure by Wexford’s Conor Devitt (left) and Rhys Clarke at Parnell Park, Dublin, during the Leinster Under-21 hurling final. Photograph: Sportsfile

Wexford 1-20 Dublin 0-18 Talk of hurling revolutions and heroes can be heard outside the Pale now. In Ryan, Guiney and McDonald Wexford have new na(...)

Dublin’s Alan McCrabbe:  can cause problems for Wexford’s defence from play and from placed balls. Photo: Alan Betson

There’s an optimal way for underdogs to come in under the radar and Wexford haven’t quite managed it in advance of this evening’s intriguing Leinster(...)

Wexford captain Lee Chin at Windmill Lane to promote the two under-21 semi-final hurling games – Galway v Clare and Wexford v Antrim –  in Semple Stadium on Saturday. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Up close, the first thing you notice about Lee Chin is the cut of him. A well made hurler, a powerful looking footballer, a massive soccer player. Som(...)

Wexford captain Lee Chin lifts the Robbins Cup as his team-mate Rhys Clarke celebrate. Photograph: Matt Browne/Sportsfile

A long-suffering knee problem for Wexford dual player Lee Chin has postponed a very big decision for a very young man. Despite being named in both pa(...)

Richie Kehoe (Wexford) tugs at Dublin’s Danny Sutcliffe’s helmet during a fracas  at Parnell Park on Saturday. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

You wouldn’t have said Anthony Daly was exactly delighted by the line of questioning that met him on the way to his car on Saturday night. When the fi(...)

Wexford’s Ciaran Kenny in action against a bloodied Ryan O’Dwyer at Wexford Park on Saturday. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Liam Dunne is in full-on Brando mode as he leans back outside the Wexford dressingroom. All he’s short of is the leather jacket and the biker hat. Wha(...)

At the launch of Show Racism the Red Card at Croke Park today were Padraic Duffy GAA director general with Greta Perevalovaite and Rafael Mamba of Blakestown Community School and Eoin Mc Cafferty of Show Racism the Red Card organisation. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

There was “no place” in the GAA for players or officials who engaged in racist activity, the organisation's director general Páraic Duffy said (...)

It would be nice to believe that the launch of a new educational resource by the anti-racism in sport organisation, Show Racism the Red Card (S(...)