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# Hectic
Lee Chin set for 3 inter-county games for Wexford in 5 days
The Wexford player is in action tomorrow night in the semi-finals of the Bord Gáis Energy Leinster U21HC.

LEE CHIN WILL captain the Wexford U21 hurlers tomorrow night as he gets set for a hectic week of action.

Wexford face Carlow in the semi-final of the Bord Gáis Energy Leinster U21HC in Dr Cullen Park at 7.30pm with Chin selected to start at centre-forward.

He’ll have little time for respite after the game as his focus switches to the Wexford senior hurlers tie against Carlow next Saturday in Phase 1 of the All-Ireland qualifiers.

And then the dual star could be in action for the Wexford senior footballers next Sunday afternoon when they meet Meath in the Leinster semi-final in Croke Park.

The Wexford U21 side contains other members of Liam Dunne’s senior setup in wing-back Andrew Kenny, wing-forward Garry Moore and corner-forwad Jack Guiney.

WEXFORD: Brian Murphy (Shelmaliers); Garret Foley (St Mogues Fethard), Shane O’Gorman (Adamstown), Eoin Conroy (Naomh Eanna); Andrew Kenny (Buffers Alley), Dermot O’Leary (St. Patrick’s), Colm Heffernan (Faythe Harriers); Conor O’Leary (Oulart The Ballagh), Jack Hobbs (Ballygarret Realt Na Mara); Garry Moore (Glynn-Barntown), Lee Chin (Faythe Harriers), Ian Byrne (Ferns St Aidans); Jack Guiney (Rathnure St Annes), Barry Carton (Cloughbawn), Rhys Clarke (Faythe Harriers).

Meanwhile Offaly manager Ger Coughlan has announced an unchanged side for their Bord Gáis Energy Leinster U21HC semi-final against Kilkenny in Tullamore tomorrow night.

The Faithful got the better of Laois by a narrow margin in their provincial opener by 2-16 to 2-15 in Portlaoise earlier this month.

Wing-back Sean Gardiner and midfielder Sean Cleary both came on as substitutes for the Offaly senior side that lost out to Waterford in the All-Ireland qualifiers last weekend.

Corner-forward Stephen Quirke is the danger man in the Offaly line-up after he struck 1-9 in their opening round win over Laois.

OFFALY: Conor Clancy (St Rynagh’s); Niall Wynne (St Rynagh’s), Dan Kelleher (Brosna Gaels), Michael Cleary (Shinrone); Sean Gardiner (Lusmagh), Pat Camon (St Rynagh’s), David King (Coolderry); Tom Carroll (Seir Kieran), Sean Cleary (Shinrone); Sean Dolan (St Rynagh’s), Aodhan Kealey (Kinnitty), Peter Geraghty (Kilcormac/Killoughey); Stephen Quirke (St Rynagh’s), Thomas Geraghty (Kilcormac/Killoughey), Adrian Hynes (Seir Kieran).

Offaly edge Laois in Leinster U21HC thriller

9 pictures that sum up how busy Wexford’s Lee Chin was this weekend

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