Wexford in bullish form ahead of Louth clash

Wexford in bullish form ahead of Louth clash

Wexford are looking forward to “putting a few wrongs right” in the National Football League this season according to Model County boss Jason Ryan.

On Sunday the southeast outfit, which has no long-term injury concerns, tackles Louth in the National Football League Division 3.

Jason Ryan is not entirely without injury headaches; PJ Banville, who broke his leg before Christmas, may be in the match day squad but David Fogarty and Graham Molloy are out after a back injury and knee operation respectively.

Ryan was speaking to Beat 102-103 Sport's Martin Clancy.

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