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Wexford vs Cork

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Both teams had nice wins over the weekend.
Wexford look to be only getting better under Davy Fitz, also the amount of fans that travel to watch Wexford is great; they must have one of the best support in the country.
Duane and Chin played nicely. Jack O'Connor, Sean O'Donague both done well etc etc
Cork on the other hand played great also. Shane Kingston, Conor Lehane, Mark Ellis, Conor Spillane etc etc. All were great.
I'm really looking forward to this one, should be a brilliant game. I think Cork will just come out on top.
Cork 1+

oakleafersir (Derry) - Posts: 718 - 29/01/2018 11:55:22    2071861

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Replying To oakleafersir:  "Both teams had nice wins over the weekend.
Wexford look to be only getting better under Davy Fitz, also the amount of fans that travel to watch Wexford is great; they must have one of the best support in the country.
Duane and Chin played nicely. Jack O'Connor, Sean O'Donague both done well etc etc
Cork on the other hand played great also. Shane Kingston, Conor Lehane, Mark Ellis, Conor Spillane etc etc. All were great.
I'm really looking forward to this one, should be a brilliant game. I think Cork will just come out on top.
Cork 1+"
I'm not going to make any predictions on this one. Wexford at home are always tough. The Wexford team (oddly enough!) are more experienced than the Kilkenny team Cork faced last Sunday (and that could have gone either way). Also they have the powerhouse that is Lee Chin, unstoppable and (apparently) unbeatable. And they have the Davy factor!

Midleton (Cork) - Posts: 570 - 29/01/2018 12:35:20    2071891

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