Following their appeal in relation to their semi-final lost to the hands of 2013 All-Ireland Champions Galway, Wexford’s appeal date has been set for this Thursday night August 27th.
County Boards, Provencal councils and National Associations deal with disasters all the time but the Camogie Association will certainly say goodbye to 2015 with a smile on their face. After the coin toss debacle the Camogie Association was left red faced and could be once again after last weekends semi-final between Galway and Wexford finished with a point point victory for Galway in the 66th minute after four minutes was the amount of time allocated for the injury time.
Wexford have begun their appeal under two rules which are
- 41.5 – Referee must not overrule two umpires
- 41.6 – Timekeeping
The appeal has been handed over to the National Transfers Hearings and Disciplinary Committee (NTHDC), with the NTHDC having just a week to begin a hearing after all of the evidence is submitted and there is enough reason to begin a hearing.
This Sunday afternoon, the Offaly ladies footballers face into battle with Wicklow in the Tesco Ladies Intermediate Semi Final. After a very comprehensive victory last Wednesday evening over Longford, the faithful ladies will head into this game full of confidence and with no fear in the task that lies ahead.