Aidan O’Brien remains the best and Leinster club champions – Wexford’s 2014 sporting highlights

Oulart The Ballagh won the Leinster senior camogie club title

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And county star Ursula Jacob was named on the camogie Allstar team

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The hurlers won the Leinster U21 title

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Which saw five Wexford players – Oliver O’Leary, Liam Ryan, Andrew Kenny, Jack Guiney and Conor McDonald – awarded a spot on the U21 hurling team of the year

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Wexford and Clare played out two of the best games of the hurling championship before the Slaneysiders came out on top

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While the junior ladies won the All-Ireland football title

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Kevin Doyle made a brief return to the Premier League

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Oh and the Ferns man won a Pro 12, Six Nations and was part of the clean-sweep of the November Internationals

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Robin Copeland made his Ireland debut against Georgia

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Aidan O’Brien had yet another year to remember with victory in the Ascot Gold Cup (Leading Light) and Epsom Derby (Australia)

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And, though he has his critics, his son Joseph put in a fine ride to guide Leading Light home

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