We have three games on Sunday with the Kilkenny and Carlow Leinster final of Myshall and James Stephens at two o’clock
Finishing Sunday will be St. Mullins and Kilmacud Crokes at 3.15 but starting the day will be Shamrocks and Tom Mullalleys Naas.
Former Carlow footballer Aine Kinsella has been confirmed as assistant boss to the Wexford senior footballers.
The Fenagh native has been named on John Hegartys No.2 after working with Dean Egan in Wexford hurling ranks last year
You can nearly count on one hand the number of women involved in a hands-on coaching capacity with a men’s team at inter-county level and that makes Áine Kinsella’s role as coach with the Wexford footballers all the more ground-breaking https://t.co/fsvJQx7PVX
Unfortunately the Irish international has been ruled out of next year’s world cup in Australia with a knee injury.
Which got me thinking about who was even the last Irish international. Of course, it was Seanie Maguire who plys his trade at Preston North End currently, and has 12 caps. However, you would have to go back to the 1930’s for the last time before Sean to Matt O’Mahony of Mullinavat.