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The Wexford senior camogie team has a new manager. Former Wexford minor hurler J. J. Doyle was ratified this week to succeed Stellah Sinnott who brought All Ireland glory to the Slaneysiders in 2007 after over 30 years.

Doyle, who is a native of Marshalstown, was a substitute on the Wexford minor hurling team which lost by a point to Kilkenny in the Leinster championship final of 1992. He also played with N.U.I. Maynooth in the Fitzgibbon Cup.

He has represented Wexford in all grades up to and including minor. He joined Naomh +anna in 2001 where he played senior hurling and has been actively involved in camogie in Gorey.

Doyle will be announcing his selectors in the coming weeks.





The Intermediate Camogie team will also have a new manager.  Karen Barnes from Faythe Harriers has taken on this role. Karen has worked with County teams over the last 12 years and is a well know face on the camogie field. She takes over the position from last year’s manager Ray Quigley, although Karen was a selector on his management team last year along with Martina Donnellan from Rathnure.  Karen will also be announcing her selectors in the coming weeks.

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