Liam Dunne

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Wexford’s Keith Rossiter is named at centre back to face Clare at Semple Stadium on Saturday. Photograph: Inpho

Each team has reacted differently to the disappointment of championship defeat. Clare took it out on Laois last week and put up a whopping score again(...)

Dublin are heavily favoured to beat Meath in a repeat of last year’s Leinster SFC final. Photograph: cathal noonan/inpho

Sun-cream at the ready, cold drinks in the flasks. The great summer caravan gathers pace this weekend when close on a quarter of a million people coun(...)

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(...)

This was a real dogfight as Wexford had to dig deep before eventually edging to a two-point victory over a luckless Carlow at Wexford Park on Saturday(...)

Wexford’s Eoin Moore challenges  Paul Shiels of Antrim this afternoon. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Wexford 3-18 Antrim 0-17: Ten points separated the sides but that margin could have been greater as Wexford fashioned a comfortable victory over Antri(...)

Offaly manager Ollie Baker: has made three changes from the side that lost to Kilkenny. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Ollie Baker may have got his wish for home advantage in Tullamore (and no disrespect to lovers of the old grounds at Birr), but there’s a price for ev(...)

Wexford’s Andrew Shore misses the qualifier against Amtrim after being sent off in the replay against Dublin. Photograph:  Donall Farmer/Inpho

Dublin and Wexford have named their sides for the weekend’s hurling action.With the GAA’s Central Competitions Control Committee having decided that n(...)

Dublin’s Conal Keaney battles with Garrett Sinnott of Wexford during last Saturday’s Leinster quarter-final at  Wexford Park. Photograph: Inpho.

For anyone who was in Wexford Park last Saturday night, the sweeping consensus that Dublin will automatically straighten up and fly right this evening(...)

Liam Rushe: “It’s better to fall on our faces at the end of April than to do it at the start of July, like we did last year.”

It’s been a chastening 12 months for Dublin hurling. League winners in 2011 and having held their own against Tipperary in the All-Ireland sem(...)

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