Offaly Looking For Another Performance At The Top Table

Wexford Park is the latest stop of the Faithful County's Division 1A journey.

Offaly continue their Allianz National Hurling League campaign with an away trip to Wexford this weekend.

Johnny Kelly's side were beaten by 12 points at home to Waterford in their Division 1A opener last Sunday despite showing well for extended periods in the game.

Wexford for their part have had an impressive start to their season, following their Walsh Cup victory over Galway with a draw against last year's Leinster champions and beaten All Ireland finalists, Kilkenny.

Midlands 103 commentator Joe Troy says an Offaly win would be a remarkable result.

He begins his preview of this weekend's game by looking back on their performance against Waterford.

David Hollywood suggests with the exception of a few notable errors, Offaly tested the Déise:

Throw-in at Chadwicks Wexford Park is set for 6pm on Saturday.

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