Go to the dogs for the GAA!

Wexford GAA supporters are being invited to head for the Ross Road in Enniscorthy this week to raise funds and enjoy an evening's greyhound racing.

The Wexford Supporters' Club is holding a race night at the track on Thursday (August 14), from 8 p.m. onwards

Tickets cost €10 (under 16s free) and all proceeds will support county teams in hurling, football, camogie and handball.

Sideshows will include 'Go Games' and the chance to win some great prizes. Lee Chin, Diarmuid O'Keeffe and other county players, from the hurling, football, camogie and ladies football teams, will attend to sign hurls, jerseys, balls and programmes.

It promises to be a great night out and all support will be much appreciated by all involved in Wexford GAA.

Wexford People

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