BETH CARTON hit 1-9 as Waterford survived a dose of the jitters and a brilliant comeback by a resolute Clare to win 1-11 to 0-12 at Cusack Park and secure a place in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Quarter-Finals for the first time.
DONAL O'ROURKE will always be remembered as the manager who oversaw Waterford's first ever win in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship but the Cappoquin man deflected forthcoming praise towards his players.
Mayo manager Peter Leahy said he was not one bit surprised to see his team sparkle against Cavan in the TG4 ladies All-Ireland football championship and that his side did their talking on the pitch after a fractious week away from it.
A stunning goal off the sod by Grace O'Brien in the fourth minute of injury time secured a smash-and-grab 1-14 to 2-10 victory for Tipperary over Offaly in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship at The Ragg.
Leanne Slevin's last ditch free helped Westmeath take a huge step towards the quarter-finals of the TG4 ladies All-Ireland seniorchampionship as they got the better of Waterford at MacDonagh Park in Nenagh.
The Waterford county board has denied claims made by former Sports Minister Martin Cullen that he could have delivered a new stadium for the county a decade ago if they had been willing to move from Walsh Park.
"It is going to be something different and really special. Dublin have had so many championship games in Croke Park and they have lit up the place so now we are going to see them up in Tyrone and people are very excited about that."