Kerry v Wexford TV details.
Kerry and Wexford provide some must-watch TV action this weekend, as the two inter-county hurling rivals go head-to-head in a preliminary All-Ireland Hurling Championship quarter-final.
After a challenging start to their Leinster Championship campaign, the Slaneysiders recovered well to ensure their place in the All-Ireland phase of the Championship.
Although, they now come up against a Kerry side that recently lost out in the Joe McDonagh Cup final against Antrim.
Kerry v Wexford.
While Kerry lost to the Saffrons, they did impress after coming through a dismal start which saw Antrim race clear during an impressive first-half display.
In the second-half, the Kingdom impressed with an extraordinary goal-glut, seeing them roar back into contention during the contest.
However, Kerry left themselves with too much to do, as Antrim their Joe McDonagh Cup rival at arms length, securing another inter-county crown.
Good news for supporters not travelling to Kerry this weekend – the match will now be streamed live on @GAAGO. And for anyone making the trip, tickets remain available through https://t.co/a0tlNVGl9f and in the usual SuperValu and Centra stores. pic.twitter.com/X1o109juiH
— Wexford GAA (@OfficialWexGAA) June 8, 2022
Wexford sealed their place in this phase of the competition with a final day win against Kilkenny in the Leinster Championship, as they stunned the Cats, dumping Dublin out.
Here’s what you need to know ahead of this All-Ireland Hurling Championship tie.
What TV channel will Kerry v Wexford be on?
Kerry v Wexford will be broadcast live on GAAGO from 1.45pm on Saturday, June 11th.
The game will be available to view at a price of €10.
Both Hurling prelim quarter-finals will be shown on the service this Saturday. Matches available worldwide. pic.twitter.com/u0cJBBKDx8
— GAAGO (@GAAGO) June 8, 2022
What time is throw-in?
Throw-in at Austin Stack Park in Tralee is at 2pm.
— Kerry GAA (@Kerry_Official) June 6, 2022
What is the team news?
Team news will emerge in due course.