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Published: 10:37 | 16/2/16

Guiney quits Wexford hurlers


Jack Guiney has withdrawn from the Wexford senior hurling panel.

Guiney was named in the Wexford team for Saturday's Allianz Hurling League Division 1B opener against Limerick but was then omitted from the side.

Officials were forced to deny reports that Guiney had been dropped from the panel, citing a hamstring injury for his absence, but it has since emerged that he has withdrawn from the county's hurling panel with the Wexford People claiming he has done so for 'personal reasons'.

Last year, Guiney was dropped from the Championship squad for disciplinary reasons following the win over Westmeath in the Leinster championship. Some Wexford supporters were unhappy with the decision as he was the county's top scorer in the league last season.

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