Passage begin defenceThe 2014 Waterford senior hurling championship throws in this weekend.
Curran left disappointedWaterford minor manager Oran Curran felt his side did enough to beat Tipperary in the Munster MFC at Dungarvan.
Cappoquin Camogie Club NotesMembership for all players is now due. €25 for u18/Youth, €35 for over 18/Adult & €50 for family membership (a child over 18 is not covered by family membership
Deise defy County Board training banWaterford's hurlers are reported to have broken a training ban imposed by their County Board.
"Tony Browne is a special individual"Former Waterford hurler Paul Flynn has paid tribute to Tony Browne, who announced his intercounty retirement yesterday.
Browne calls it a dayWaterford legend Tony Browne has confirmed his retirement from inter-county hurling.
Deise deny player unrest rumoursWaterford chairman Tom Cunningham has played down rumours of unrest among the county hurling squad over the decision to ban collective training until after the May Bank Holiday weekend.
Deise ban senior hurling trainingWaterford officials have slapped a training ban on Derek McGrath and the Deise senior hurlers.
Munster MFC: Tipp survive Fraher Field scareWaterford pushed Tipp all the way before succumbing to a 2-11 to 2-7 defeat in Dungarvan.
Gaelic Football Scholarship ProgrammeThe University of Ulster is pleased to announce that once again it will be offering Postgraduate Gaelic Football Scholarships for the 2014 / 2015 season.
Grey day for WaterfordWaterford footballers have been dealt a blow after it was revealed that experienced defender Tony Grey has been ruled out of action for the remainder of the year.
Curran quietly confidentWaterford minor football manager Oran Curran believes that they have the necessary work done ahead of the Munster championship.
No doubts in Ryan's mindWaterford minor hurling captain Shane Ryan revealed that he never doubted for one second that they wouldn't beat Clare.
"There is no point in slating a person"In the wake of Waterford hurler Wayne Hutchinson speaking out about his battle with depression, Michael 'Brick' Walsh has called on the media to respect players' efforts on the field of play.
Clubs to share in concert cash bonanzaGAA clubs are to share in a €500,000 windfall from the eight concerts scheduled for Croke Park this year.
O'Sullivan's appeal falls on deaf earsShane O'Sullivan has failed in his bid to have a red card rescinded and will have to sit out Waterford's Munster SHC quarter-final against Cork on May 25th.
Duffy: Sky deal for "members outside Ireland"Director General Páraic Duffy says the GAA's Sky TV deal is for Irish people abroad first and foremost.
Munster GAA U15's Super 10'sThis year Munster GAA will again run their 'Super 10's' at various venues throughout the province. In total 96 clubs and 1200 players from all six counties will participate.
O'Sullivan awaits appeal outcomeWaterford's Shane O'Sullivan will find out this week if he will be eligible to play in the Munster SHC opener against Cork on May 25.
Waterford Camogie notesA big thank you to Portlaw, Cappoquin and Tramore camogie clubs that hosted U12 blitzes this past weekend
If the hurling All Stars were picked now...With the hurling leagues down to the last four, we pick the players who have caught our eye so far this year.
Black card sees 10 per cent increase in scoresThe Central Competitions Control Committee has released statistics following the conclusion of the regular rounds of the 2014 Allianz Football Leagues.
Lyons expected stern testWaterford manager Derek Lyons insists the stern test his side received from Clare in last night's Munster MHC opener didn't surprise him.
Munster MHC: wins for Cork and WaterfordCork and Waterford won their opening matches in the Munster MHC this evening.
Lyons relishing title defenceWaterford will put their All-Ireland MHC title on the line against Clare in Ennis tonight and manager Derek Lyons is relishing the challenge of defending their crown with a "particularly talented squad".
Hutchinson opens up on depression battleWaterford dual star Wayne Hutchinson has spoken candidly about his battle with depression.
Carew: Waterford not getting fair crack of the whipNiall Carew is adamant that Waterford do not get their fair share of frees.
FL top scorers: race for the crown could be overWith Tipperary's Conor Sweeney's lead at the top of the Allianz football league scoring chart standing at 15-points, it will take a superhuman effort to see him knocked from the top of the pile.
Team news: Minor side to face ClareWaterford have just four players who starred in last year's All-Ireland final for Wednesday's Munster MHC quarter-final against Clare at Cusack Park.
FL4: Deise finish on a highLiam O Lionnain helped himself to 1-3 as Waterford secured a second win of their FL4 campaign against visitors Carlow.
Waterford Camogie NotesAfter the postponement of the original fixture Waterford Under 16 travelled to Leahy Park, Cashel, to take on Cork in the Munster Final on the 30th March last.
FL4: Banner finally make the ascentClare will join neighbours Tipperary in Division 3 of the Allianz Football League next year after a nail-biting victory over Antrim this afternoon.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThere was much at stake around the country today as the last round of the national football league took place.
"It doesn't matter if you're playing in Division Four or Division One"Waterford assistant manager Ronan Sweeney points out that the same principles apply from Division One through to Division Four.
O'Neill 'shocked' by aggressive line of RTE questioningGAA President Liam O'Neill was 'shocked' by the grilling he, and Director General Paraic Duffy, received at the hands of RTE in a series of interviews related to the Sky TV deal yesterday.