Davy Fitz has a message for Wexford fans - 'chill the beans'

The tenure of Davy Fitzgerald in Wexford has started pretty well by all accounts.

A win against Limerick last week was followed up with a fine display in beating Galway yesterday.

After going down 3-12 to 0-15 in the second half, Wexford battled back to claim a 1-21 to 3-13 win.

But Davy is trying to keep expectations in check, despite having two wins from two.

    "Let's chill the beans a small bit."

Fitzgerald reckons there is still a lot of work to be done with the Slaneysiders, but we think Wexford fans will be dreaming of further success under their new boss.

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