Kerry man in the Waterford frameKerry native Martin Horgan is being strongly linked with the Waterford senior football manager vacancy.
McGrath enjoying every momentMount Sion forward Eoin McGrath admits that he is enjoying his hurling more than ever as he prepares for yet another county SHC final.
O'Keeffe keen to make up for 'heart-breaking defeat'Ballygunner defender Stephen O'Keeffe has admitted that the pain of last year's county SHC final defeat to Passage is driving them on this year.
It's back: Harty Cup gets underway this weekThe eagerly awaited 2014/2015 Dr. Harty Cup competition gets underway this week with a cracking game down for decision as defending champions Ardscoil Ris take on Blackwater Community School from Waterford.
Waterford County Camogie notesSunday 28th September saw three underage finals decided for the 2014 championship.
Waterford Camogie NotesA triple header of Camogie Finals is being served up at Kilrossanty GAA grounds on Sunday next (28th September) when finals for U18 'A', U16 'B' and U16 'C' are played.
Flanagan tipped for Waterford jobEx-Kerry trainer Pat Flanagan is the latest name to be linked to the Waterford senior football manager's job.
Two SFC quarterfinals to be contestedOver the course of this weekend, there will be two senior football championship quarterfinals played.
HS football team of the weekAs Kerry supporters prepare to welcome Sam Maguire 'home', here's our team of the week ...
Waterford County Camogie notesNear neighbours Cappoquin and Lismore win the Intermediate and Senior 2014 Championship titles respectively at Fraher field on Sunday 21st September.
Waterford SHC: Gunners set up final date with SionOld rivals Ballygunner and Mount Sion will contest the Waterford SHC final for the first time since 2006 after the former edged out Dungarvan by 0-17 to 1-12 in a dramatic semi-final at Fraher Field this evening.
SHC final places on the line in three countiesWhile the All-Ireland SFC final will take centre stage today, there are also important hurling games down for decision in Clare, Waterford and Laois.
Waterford SHC: Browne inspires Mount Sion to first final in eight yearsThe evergreen Tony Browne was to the fore as Mount Sion qualified for their first Waterford SHC final since 2006 with a 2-17 to 0-16 semi-final success over De La Salle at Walsh Park this evening.
2015 Allianz HL: Cork to host Cats in openerThe meeting of old rivals Cork and Kilkenny will launch next year's Allianz Hurling League.
2015 Allianz FL: provisional fixtures releasedKerry versus Mayo and Cork versus Dublin are the pick of the opening day fixtures in next season's Allianz Football League.
The heart's great... it's the knees that are feckedAfter open heart surgery earlier this year, Waterford legend Ken McGrath is back out running and he certainly hasn't lost his sense of humour.
Lyon hits out at club fixturesOutgoing Waterford minor manager Derek Lyons has blasted the county's CCC over the scheduling of club games as he tried to prepare the side for the All-Ireland MHC semi final.
Waterford receive one nomination for manager's roleThe Waterford County Board have received just one nomination from clubs for the senior football manager's job.
Waterford SHC: Sion and 'Gunner book semi spotsMount Sion and Ballygunner powered into the semi-finals of the Waterford SHC with big wins over Abbeyside and Lismore respectively at Walsh Park yesterday.
42nd running of FBD 7sA host of Kilmacud Crokes stars, past and present, were on hand in Kilmacud Crokes today as the 2014 FBD 7s was launched.
Waterford Camogie NotesHat trick of All Ireland titles completed this weekend for Waterford Camogie
Waterford Camogie notesCongratulations to Waterford U14 camogie panel that won the All Ireland blitz in Dublin over the weekend.
Cream rising to the top in club hurling championshipsIt's a busy day on the club scene with several big hurling championship games taking place up and down the country.
New format approved for Munster SFCA new format for next year's Munster SFC was agreed upon by the province's CCC last night.
Decision on Munster SFC format dueMunster's Competitions Control Committee will meet in Castletroy, Co. Limerick tonight amid speculation that a return to an open draw format in the province's SFC could be on the cards.
Maher "flattered" by link to DubsWilliam Maher has refused to be drawn on speculation linking him to the Dublin hurling vacancy after he stepped down as Waterford assistant manager yesterday.
Walsh Park to host attractive doubleheaderWalsh Park is the place to be this weekend as an intriguing senior hurling quarterfinal doubleheader takes place on Sunday afternoon.
SFC quarterfinals get underwayThe first of the senior football championship quarterfinals takes place this Saturday evening.
Competition: win two All-Ireland football final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland football finals on Sunday 21 September.
Waterford SHC: Dungarvan end Passage's reignPassage were dethroned as Waterford senior hurling champions by Dungarvan last night.
Fantastic All-Ireland Football 7's in RatoathIt is a newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have senior teams participating from all of Ireland.
Teams battle it out for semi final spotsThere are two senior hurling championship quarterfinals down for decision this weekend.
Waterford captain calls on quick appointmentWaterford senior football captain Shane Briggs wants the vacant manager's position filled quickly.
IHC reaches last eightThe quarterfinals of the intermediate hurling championship take place over the coming days.
Football rankings: a brave new worldFor eighteen months Dublin have looked untouchable but all has changed after one stunning Sunday afternoon in Croke Park.