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Fifteen Wexford teams will participate in this seasons FAI Junior Cup which will kick off on October 1st and many will fancy their chances of going through to the third round. There are just two all Wexford ties with first division Kilmore United at home to Moyne Rangers while an all Premier local derby will see Bunclody AFC host newly promoted Tombrack United. Another of the newly promoted sides to the Premier Division, Bridge Rovers have a very tricky game away to Parkville United from Tullow who have ambitions of doing well in the Carlow League this season while New Ross Celtic host another Carlow League side when Ballymurphy Celtic visit. Corach Ramblers have probably the most difficult task as they travel to Kilkenny to play Freebooters FC, one of the top teams in the Marble City.

Wexford Bohs travel to Mountmellick United, a side who have reformed this season after being out of the Combined Counties League so will be difficult to judge how good they are while Killenagh Wanderers will be at home to Hanover Harps, another side from the  Carlow League. Courtown Hibs host Suncroft from Kildare while North End will travel the opposite direction to take on Brookville FC.

Gorey Rangers, Gorey Celtic and Curracloe United are all at home to Monksland United (CCFL), Mill Celtic (Carlow) and Naas United (Kildare) respectively, all winnable games for the home sides. Campile United make the relatively short journey to Graiguenamanagh to take on Highview Athletic, a side who caused a few upsets in outside competitions last season

Fixtures involving Wexford teams

Kilmore United v Moyne Rangers

Bunclody AFC v Tombrack United

Parkville United v Bridge Rovers

New Ross Celtic v Ballymurphy Celtic

Freebooters v Corach Ramblers

Mountmellick United v Wexford Bohs

Killenagh Wan v Hanover Harps

Courtown Hibs v Suncroft AFC

Brookeville FC v North End United

Gorey Rangers v Monksland United

Gorey Celtic v Mill Celtic

Curracloe United v Naas United

Highview Ath v Campile United

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