Wexford Drama Festival
Racing review by Pegasus Daryl Jacob from Davidstown grabbed the headlines as he continued his impressive run of form with a 108/1 double at the prestigious Sandown Tingle Creek meeting on Saturday, winning two successive races worth over £110,000.
Brian Carty Castletown put in another impressive display when they became the first team to qualify for the inaugural Greenstar Under-21 football Premier 'B' championship final with a 1-13 to 0-9 victory over Ballyhogue at a baltic Bree on Saturday night.
Reigning champions St. Peter's re-ignited their bid for repeat success in the Top Oil Leinster Schools Senior football 'A' championship... GAA
Bree and Kilrush played out an absorbing contest in the... GAA
Barntown and Gaelscoil Loch Garman played out a twelve-goal thriller in the Allianz... GAA
Not since the Justice League hit our cinema screens has such a significant... GAA
A perfect season to date has brought Loreto Wexford... GAA
Riders Barry O'Neill from Kiltealy and Rob James from Killanne were in dominant... Other Sports
A group of current and former inter-county football,... GAA
Thankfully racing was able to go ahead at Enniscorthy Greyhound Track on Friday night, although it was bitterly cold. Other Sports
A number of leading Wexford boxers will top the bill at a boxing tournament to be held in the Ashfield House Hotel (formerly Danby... Other Sports
Gorey RFC's U18s faced North Kildare in Clonattin on Saturday as they tried to... Other Sports