# Wexford

Last year
# Role Models
'We have potential to reach that level again' - Wexford hoping to revive the glory days
Martin O’Connor grew up on a diet of watching Wexford sides competing at the top table.
# Ready to go
Con O'Callaghan starts as Dublin name team to face Wexford
David O’Hanlon, Lee Gannon and John Small also come into the side.
# Retirement
Wexford stalwart hangs up the boots after 16 years
Brian Malone made his debut in 2006.
All time
# Hot Seat
'It gave me a very quick introduction' - replacing Paul Galvin as Wexford boss
New Wexford manager Shane Roche is hopeful a league campaign will be played before the championship resumes.
# around the grounds
Clare and Tipperary ease relegation worries while Wexford back in promotion hunt
There were key football league fixtures on around the country today.
# Departure
Major surprise after Paul Galvin steps down as Wexford manager
Shane Roche will replace him as interim boss for the remainder of the year.
'Everything I touched turned to gold': The summer that Wexford star Matty Forde shone brightest
We hear from the Model County hero in Episode 3 of our Life Changing Moments podcast series with UPMC – the Official Healthcare Partner of the GAA/GPA.
# Grassroots
Meath, Wexford and Laois the latest counties to reveal details for club championship plans
Wexford’s county hurling final looks set for August whereas Laois and Meath eye up October dates.
# Brian Malone
'The minute I don't enjoy it, I certainly won't play' - 15 seasons, 166 games and still driving Wexford on
Wexford’s record appearance holder on why he keeps going at inter-county level, the highs of the early years and coping with the current shutdown.
# Jason Ryan
Inter-county GAA not a hard sell, the enjoyment of coaching and Tier 2 football benefits
After roles with Wexford, Kildare and Cork over the last decade, Jason Ryan is now involved in grassroots GAA coaching in Waterford.
# Call it
Poll: Who do you think will be crowned Division 4 football league champions this year?
The action gets underway this weekend.
# eastern promise
'I was very surprised at Paul, he kept that quiet' - Kerry legends move into Leinster roles
Paul Galvin and Jack O’Connor will take charge of Wexford and Kildare respectively next year.
# finalists
Archer's 1-8 at Parnell Park helps Dublin set up Leinster U20 final against Laois
Ciaran Archer led the scoring as the Boys in Blue prevailed by 14 points on Tuesday evening.
# Making The Move
'He’ll be a tremendous asset' - Sydney Swans confirm signing of Wexford footballer
Barry O’Connor will join Tipperary’s Colin O’Riordan at the club.
# Relief
Clare survive late onslaught and hold on for victory against Wexford
Peter Duggan scored 1-6 for the Banner.
# Red Hands
Man of the match for Coney on Tyrone return as young star Canavan makes scoring debut
Tyrone saw off Derry by nine points tonight in the Dr McKenna Cup.
# Thursday Night Lights
Kildare, Laois, Wexford and Derry unveil starting sides for pre-Christmas football clashes
There’s action tonight in the O’Byrne Cup and Dr McKenna Cup.
# club call
Shelmaliers win first ever Wexford football crown while Sarsfields advance to Galway hurling semis
Simon Donohoe, AJ Lehane, Ross Banville and Eoghan Nolan all hit the net against Kilanerin.
# Young Guns
Dublin maintain their 100% record as they march through to Leinster U20 semi-finals
The Dubs have been in impressive form in the EirGrid Leinster U20 football championship so far.
# EirGridGAA
Victory for Carlow in 8-goal thriller, Laois win narrowly at home and plenty goals as Wexford defeat Longford
More round-robin games played in the province this afternoon.
# Drama
Last-gasp Laois get out of jail to win extra-time thriller against Wexford
Visitors dodge first-round exit to set up quarter-final against Westmeath.
# Start Of Summer
Laois make 4 changes for Wexford clash and Munnelly set to start in Leinster opener 15 years after title win
New Laois manager John Sugrue takes his team to the south-east on Saturday evening.
# the model county
Wexford will wear this special commemorative jersey for their Leinster SFC opener
It’s 100 years since the Model County won four successive All-Ireland titles.
# doyler
'Great for Wexford football' - ex-Irish striker Doyle to get involved in GAA with county's U20 side
Kevin Doyle will help out the Wexford underage team in an advisory role.
# Vacancy
Those 500km round trips too much for Banty as he departs from Wexford
“I’d leave my house at 3pm to head to training and I wouldn’t be back again until midnight.”
# easy
Monaghan claim 19-point win over old boss Banty in Wexford
It was a difficult afternoon for the hosts, who finished the game with 12 men.
# Backdoor
The Banty Bowl, Carlow bidding for a 3rd win of the summer and Tipp's long road to Cavan
We discuss 5 talking points from today’s All-Ireland SFC Round 2 qualifier draw.
# Banty Is Back
The Banty derby is in store after the latest All-Ireland football qualifier draw
Seamus McEnaney is heading to face his native Monaghan.
# Nail-Biter
Limerick left to rue late wides as Wexford sneak into Round 2 of the qualifiers
Limerick’s 2017 campaign is over.
# Bouncing Back
Banty makes 3 changes to Wexford team for Limerick qualifier after early Leinster exit against Carlow
Wexford travel to the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.
# Set For The Dubs
'From Askea to Adelaide and from Ballon to Bangkok' - Carlow savour memorable Leinster win
A six-year losing run in Leinster ended yesterday.
# deserved win
First shock of the summer! Carlow dismiss Wexford to book last eight clash with the Dubs
Paul Broderick hit 10-points for the winners.
# Veterans
Banty selects Brosnan, Lyng and Banville in Wexford attack to face Carlow
Seamus McEnaney has named his first championship team as Wexford boss.
# Chewing the fat
6 talking points as Tipperary and Westmeath deliver National Football League silverware
There was plenty to discuss from today’s double-header at Croke Park.
# League champs
First league title in 9 years for Westmeath footballers as they rout Wexford by 13 points
It was a good afternoon for the Lake County in the Division 4 decider at Croke Park.
# Crystal Ball Gazing
Poll: Who do you think will be crowned league champions in Croke Park today?
Louth, Tipperary, Wexford and Westmeath all chase victory.
# Division 4 wrap
Heslin kicks 1-10 as Westmeath seal promotion while Mulligan leads Leitrim to victory
A much-changed Wexford side were on the end of a hiding from the Lake County.
# Final Date
Wexford's St Peter's reach first Hogan Cup final and now face champions St Brendan's Killarney
The Wexford school saw off St Mary’s Magherafelt this afternoon.
# Yellowbellies
Jack is back! Guiney among the goalscorers as Wexford dispose of Kerry
Harry Kehoe and Diarmuid O’Keeffe also raised the green flag for Davy Fitzgerald’s team.
# Progress
A good night's work for the Louth and Offaly U21 footballers in the EirGrid Leinster championship
Louth saw off Wicklow by seven points while Offaly claimed a three point victory over Wexford.