Wexford Camogie’s Appeal dismissed

Following their appeal after their All-Ireland semi-final defeat to Galway, Wexford’s appeal has been dismissed by the Camogie Association last night.

Last night during the hearing the National Transfers, Hearings and Disciplinary Committee of the Camogie Association (NTHDC) dismissed the appeal which Wexford sought on two possibilities. A statement from the Association read

“The NTHDC considered the evidence presented tonight (August 27th) and subsequently dismissed the appeal,”

The Objections were lodged under Rules 41.5 (Referee must not overrule two umpires) and Rules 41.6 (Timekeeping) of An Treoir Oifigiúil.

Wexford believed that that Niamh McGrath’s score winning score was deep into injury time as Referee Cathal Egan played 66minutes of injury time and that a first half Kate Kelly point was over-ruled as wide by referee once again. 


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