Jack Guiney is not currently not part of the Wexford senior hurling panel as he is suffering from injury troubles.
It was reported earlier this week that the Rathnure man had been dropped from how the panel. However, speaking at the Leinster Hurling Championship launch on Thursday, Wexford coach Seoirse Bulfin clarified that Guiney's absence is injury related.
"Jack at the moment is obviously gone off the panel because he is struggling with an injury right throughout the League," said Bulfin.
"For the time being, he is back with the club."
The new hurling championship format brings a barrage of games. It's a schedule which Bulfin is unsure Guiney could endure with his knee problem.
Though, he does believe there is a chance of the Rathnure man playing again this year should Wexford progress beyond the province.
Being honest when you have four games in 21 days you can't really be carrying much of an injury.
He is back there to get a bit of game time to see how he gets on. Hopefully down the line you never know what might happen.
Apart from David Dunne carrying a minor injury - he's two weeks away from being fully fit - Wexford have no other injury worries ahead of their championship opener against Dublin on May 20th.
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