Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 21 September 2014

Wexford to battle against Cats, as well-matched Cork and Waterford play again

Hurling dominates at Croke Park today.

Kilkenny face Wexford in the All-Ireland Hurling Semi-Finals, while Cork and Waterford face off again in the Quarters.

This will be the fifth time for Waterford to play Cork competitively and sixth time in all in today's replayed All-Ireland Hurling Quarter-Final.

A classic 3-16-each draw enthralled Croke Park last weekend.

After being hammered by Kilkenny in both the League Semi-Finals and Leinster Final, Wexford enter the breach against the Cats again this weekend, in the All-Ireland Hurling Semi-Finals.

The Model County scored a famous victory over Tipperary in the last eight.

Wexford manager John Meyler saw his side heavily criticised after heavily losing the provincial decider but he has said he took little notice of that.

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