Waterford, intermediate champions last year, claimed a notable scalp as they claimed a six-point victory in Clane.
Waterford's Stephen Bennett is not going to rest on his laurels following his man of the match performance in the Munster U21 hurling semi-final.
Here are our previews for this Sunday's All-Ireland senior hurling championship quarter-final double header in Thurles.
Wexford defender Matthew O'Hanlon says Waterford will present a huge challenge to them in Sunday's All-Ireland SHC quarter-final.
Waterford captain Kevin Moran hopes they don't let 'a huge opportunity' slip through their grasp in Semple Stadium on Sunday.
Wexford manager Liam Dunne believes that Waterford will not defer from the system of play that they use for Sunday's All-Ireland SHC quarterfinal.
Wexford defender James Breen is almost certain to miss Sunday's All-Ireland SHC qualifier against Waterford.
Dan Shanahan admits that Waterford's Munster final collapse against Tipperary was "embarrassing" - but revealed that the players have delivered an "outstanding" response since then.
The GAA could be set to go down the road of paying its elite referees.
James Breen starred in Wexford's sensational SH Qualifier victory over Cork despite having contracted meningitis.
Kevin Moran says Waterford have to bounce back from their "embarrassing" Munster hurling final defeat to Tipperary.
After an action-packed weekend of gaelic football, here are the players that make our team of the week...
Pearse Stadium and Kingspan Breffni Park will host next Saturday's All-Ireland SFC Round 4A qualifier ties, while Croke Park will stage a Round 4B double-header on Saturday week.
Three provincial football crowns were decided on Sunday while Saturday saw plenty of qualifier action. Do you know your stuff?
Tyrone's Cathal McShane pleads his innocence but team-mate Joe McMahon is having none of it...
"(It's a) proud day to be a Tyrone man and it's a long time coming."
Tyrone, Galway and Dublin are celebrating provincial glory this evening following an action-packed day of gaelic football.
This afternoon saw four All-Ireland senior football championship qualifiers take place.
GALWAY deployed the afterburners in the second half to repel Kilkenny in Freshford and book a direct berth in the semi-finals of the Liberty Insurance Senior Camogie Championship.
Paul Bealin fully expects Westmeath to 'park the bus' against Dublin in tomorrow's Leinster SFC final, despite Tom Cribbin promising a more attack-minded approach from his underdogs.
Galway's Paul Conroy and Austin Gleeson of Waterford have been named as the respective GAA/GPA Opel Football and Hurling Players of the Month for June.
Waterford selector Fintan O'Connor is adamant that they can still make a major impact on the All-Ireland SHC.