SPORT: NO INJURY WORRIES FOR WEXFORD’S HURLERS
There are no injury worrys for Wexford’s senior hurling team ahead of Sunday’s All Ireland quarter final against Limerick.
Defender Keith Rossiter looks set to play despite limping of the pitch in last weekend’s win over Waterford at Nowlan park.
Limerick have named an unchanged side for the game from the team that was beaten by Cork in the Munster final.
Throw in at Semple Stadium on Sunday is at 2pm.
That’s will be followed by Tipperary versus Dublin at 4pm.
Meanwhile Wexford senior footballer Conor Carthy is set to be out of the game until the new year.
The Castletown clubman suffered a torn cruciate ligament in a club game last weekend and it was confirmed yesterday he’ll be out for a number of months.