Wexford GAA has confirmed that there have been six positive cases between their senior hurling and football panels.

Both panels were tested at the Ferns Centre of Excellence on Monday evening, with results arriving by early on Tuesday afternoon.

Tests for four senior footballers and two senior hurlers came back positive.

The Yellowbellies put their Leinster hurling title on the line against Galway on 31 October at Croke Park, while the footballers have two Allianz League rounds to complete before a provincial clash against neighbours Wicklow.

Wexford GAA Chairman Derek Kent did confirm that the under-20 hurlers have had their activities suspended until further notice as they look get a breakout under control in that panel.

Kent said that the footballers have a 26-man panel ready to face Limerick on Sunday in a crunch tie for both counties as they look to gain promotion from Division 4.

Similarly, the senior hurling panel are continuing to train ahead of their clash against the Tribesmen.

The situation with the U20 squad will be monitored before their Leinster semi-final, which has been pencilled in for 4 November.

Meanwhile, the Leinster Council have confirmed venues and times for all provincial matches ahead of the Covid-delayed Leinster football and hurling championships.

All-Ireland champions Dublin begin on the road with a trip to Portlaoise to take on Westmeath in the Leinster SFC quarter-final - full football fixtures can be seen here.

All four Leinster SHC matches will take place in Croke Park.