Wexford Camogie team seeking new manager after failing to field team against Cork
This is not a great look for Wexford.
The Wexford Camogie team is on the look-out for a new manager after Martin Carey stepped down from his position following this weekend's controversy.
Wexford were unable to field a team for Saturday's Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 clash with Cork due to several inter-county players' club commitments.
With St. Martins due to meet Inniscarra in the All Ireland semi-final on Sunday, several players declared themselves unavailable for Wexford.
South East Radio reporter Aidan Delaney was first to break the news of Carey's decision to step down in the wake of Saturday's disappointing outcome.
Wexford Camogie team is now looking for a new manager as Martin Carey has left his post. Wexford couldn't field a team today against Cork given the number of players on the St Martins team tomorrow. The County board are to release a statement. More info on the Sports Hour at 6
— Aidan Delaney (@aidand472) January 26, 2019
An official statement from the County board has yet to be released although one is expected sooner rather than later.
While Wexford were unable to make it to the field, elsewhere in Division 1 saw a victory for Galway over Tipperary in Group 2 while Kilkenny and Clare came out on top in their respective Group 1 clashes with Dublin and Offaly.