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Sunday will see five Wexford clubs go into action in the last sixty four of the FAI Junior Cup and while there is no easy draw at this stage of the top junior cup in the country, some of the Wexford clubs have being handed some extremely tough ties

Arguably Wexford's most successful club North End United, have been drawn away to one of the competition favourites, Janesboro FC who currently lead the Limerick and District League by seven points and are looking very strong at present. While North End are also considered strong contenders for the cup, they will find this an extremely tough tie and will need to be at their strongest if they want to progress to the next round

Courtown Hibs have also a tough task ahead of them as they travel to Tipperary Southern League leaders Clonmel Celtic, a team who currently lead their league by five points although they have played more games than the chasing pack. They have been beaten twice this season and are not fully as strong as previous seasons but is still a difficult game for Hibs who like North End, will need to be at their best to come away from Clonmel with a result

One of the chasing pack in the Tipperary South League is the famous St Michaels FC who are unbeaten this season with five wins from five games and another team who would fancy their chances of going all the way in the competition. An out of sorts, New Ross Celtic have the unenviable task of travelling to St Michaels and will need to improve on their league form if they hope to turnover the former winners of this competition

Lakewood Athletic from Cork will travel to a Moyne Rangers side who are now returning to form as they have their squad back to full strength after the exploits of Starlights footballers. Moyne are probably the Wexford side with the best chance of reaching the next round but will need to bring their recent league form to this match if they are looking to progress

Another Cork AUL side, Knocknaheeny Celtic travel to Wexford Bohs on Sunday for what could be the most interesting tie of the round. Bohs have been playing particularly well in outside competitions and could be fancied to continue that good form on Sunday and while they sit third from bottom of division one, they have only been beaten once and have several games in hand

We wish all five Wexford sides the best of luck as they endeavour to book their place in the last thirty two

 

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