The opening matches in the inaugural county 4-wall (40×20) league provided ample evidence that the new competition is going to be very competitive with 7 of the 18 matches played going to a deciding set. To see all of this weeks results click Fixture 1 Results Fixtures for the coming week are at Fixture 2
ALL PLAYERS ARE REMINDED THAT GAMES ARE BEST OF 3 X 15 The new county 4-wall (40×20) league commences tomorrow night with matches at both Horeswood and St. Josephs. The ‘honour’ of getting things underway in court 2 at the Wexford town venue falls to 72 year old Jim Doyle, Barntown who goes in against
The new county 4-wall league commences on Monday week with 19 matches down for decision. To see the opening programme of games click Fixture 1 All players are reminded that matches are best of 3 x 15 aces and only two timeouts per player per game will be allowed. Results must be texted in to
There has been a great response from the clubs of Wexford to the new county 4-wall (40×20) league. The competition has attracted an entry of 89 players and all 14 clubs will be represented. The entries have been divided into 11 divisions and this will generate a total of 380 matches between now and 22nd
The entries are now in for the upcoming county 4-wall single league which will get underway in early September. A total of 86 will take part in what should be an exciting and innovative addition to the Wexford GAA Handball development programme of events. Click 4-Wall League Entries Aug 13th to see the full list.
A total of 85 players have entered the inaugural County 4-Wall Singles League which is scheduled to commence early in September. All 14 clubs will be represented in what should prove to be an exciting new initiative for players of all standards. Click 4-Wall League Entries Aug 11th to see the full list and if
83 players have entered the County 4-Wall (40×20) Singles League which is scheduled to begin in September. This is a very positive response to the new competition which was formally approved at a Special Meeting of the county committee earlier this week. Anyone not included on the list should contact their club secretary straight away