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Wexford lose semi-final appeal as All-Ireland decider between Cork and Galway set to go ahead
The appeal was heard last night.

Katriona Parrock dejected at the final whistle Donall Farmer / INPHO Wexford player Katriona Parrock dejected after their loss to Galway. Donall Farmer / INPHO / INPHO

WEXFORD’S APPEAL OVER their All-Ireland senior camogie semi-final defeat to Galway was last night turned down, paving the way for the All-Ireland decider between Galway and Cork on 13 September.

Wexford’s appeal was heard by the National Transfers, Hearings and Disciplinary Committee of the Camogie Association (NTHDC) after being lodged in the wake of the defeat on 15 August.

Wexford were appealing on two grounds – the amount of injury-time played at the end of the game and video evidence suggesting that a Kate Kelly 45 was incorrectly ruled wide.

Molly Dunne and Ailish O'Reilly celebrate at the final whistle Donall Farmer / INPHO Galway players celebrate their win over Wexford. Donall Farmer / INPHO / INPHO

They lodged their appeal under the following two rules:

  • 41.5 – Referee must not overrule two umpires
  • 41.6 – Timekeeping

The NTHDC considered the evidence presented and subsequently dismissed the appeal.

Paudie Murray stands for the national anthem Ryan Byrne / INPHO Cork manager Paudie Murray with his players before the clash with Kilkenny. Ryan Byrne / INPHO / INPHO

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