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More Camogie Controversy As Wexford Launch Appeal Against Semi-Final Result

More Camogie Controversy As Wexford Launch Appeal Against Semi-Final Result
By Gary Reilly

This year's Senior Camogie Championship has once again landed in controversy after Wexford launched an appeal against their semi-final defeat to Galway.

The furore over the proposed coin toss between Dublin and Clare had already ensured this year's Championship has been marred by controversy. Now that looks set to continue as Galway's 1-14 to 2-10 victory at the weekend has been thrown into doubt.

Wexford have launched the appeal on two separate grounds. Firstly they contend that a legitimate point was not awarded to them in the first half and also that referee Cathal Egan played over two minutes more extra than the four that were indicated.

That added time proved crucial as Niamh McGrath slotted home a 45 in the seventh minute of additional time to book Galway's place in the final.

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