Waterford Camogie notesThe first adult championship up for decision this year was played on Saturday last against Roanmore and Ferrybank
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Competition: win two All-Ireland hurling final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland hurling finals on Sunday 7 September.
SFC group stages reach last roundThere are still two knockout places to be decided as we reach the last round of the Waterford SFC group stages this weekend.
Tony Forristal weekendFor the 33rd consecutive year, the annual Tony Forristal tournament will take place in Waterford.
Club Déise hit out at Carew commentsWaterford GAA supporters group Club Déise has hit out at comments made by former manager Niall Carew.
Some brilliant twitter reaction to Carew's €170,000 winNiall Carew is the flavour of the month after skinning Boyle Bookmakers for €170,000 at the weekend and there has been some top class twitter reaction.
Drawn All-Ireland SFC semi-finals aren't unusualYesterday's Kerry-Mayo clash was the 17th drawn All-Ireland SFC semi-final since 1937.
Waterford SHC: quarter-finals pairings confirmedThe line-up for the Waterford SHC quarter-finals is known after the last round of group games took place at the weekend.
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.
The drinks are on Carew after €170,000 bet comes upEx-Waterford senior football manager Niall Carew owes Kerry sub Kieran O'Leary a pint after his levelling score in yesterday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final helped him land a whopping €170,000 bet.
Championship tweets: Marty gives Rachel a drenching!Sky Sports Rachel Wyse enlisted the services of none other than Marty Morrissey to help her complete her ice bucket challenge in Croke Park yesterday.
Waterford Camogie notesThis year's U16 All Ireland final saw the Waterford team face Derry in Leixlip on Sunday last.
Video: Little shows Big Courage!Surely the bravest Gaelic Football player anywhere in Ireland on Saturday August 23rd was Fermanagh midfielder Caroline Little.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Fellas just stood up. It was exhilarating to watch. We had guys who weren't just going to lose."
Gr-eight day for CumminsBrendan Cummins has been crowned M Donnelly All-Ireland Poc Fada champion for a record eighth time.
Munster football minnows seek return of open drawLimerick, Clare, Tipperary and Waterford are set to lobby the Munster Council for the open draw format to be reinstated to its provincial senior football championship.
Previews: last two ladies semi-final places up for grabs on SaturdayTwo places in the last four of the TG4 All-Ireland are on the table this weekend while the junior finalist will also be decided.
Proposal to restrict match-day squads to 26As part of a tightening up on match-day regulations, the CCCC is proposing that team managers must name 26-man squads well in advance of matches and stick to it.
SHC enters final roundThe Waterford SHC reaches the last round of the group stages this weekend.
Decies to discuss manager's roleThe Waterford County Board are to discuss the vacant senior football manager's position with representatives of the county panel.
Championship tweets: "These hurling fellas don't even wear gloves"Set to miss next Saturday's All-Ireland U-21 HC semi-final against Antrim with a broken hand, Clare's Shane O'Donnell had something to say on Joey Barton's 'fingers like steel' tweet ...
Waterford Camogie notesAfter being defeated by Galway in the previous two All Ireland Intermediate semi-finals, Waterford were looking to go one step further this year when they played Limerick in Carlow in this year's Liberty Insurance All Ireland Intermediate Championship semi-final.
Deise footballers seek Carew u-turnWaterford's footballers have asked County Board chiefs not to accept Niall Carew's resignation as senior football manager.
Hurling rankings: how does your county rate?The sun is about to set on another memorable hurling championship year but the ultimate prize has still to be handed out with three left in the running. How did all the other counties fare out...
Tracey laments over lossWaterford minor selector John Tracey feels that they just lacked a bit of composure to get across the line at the end of normal time.
Plenty to play for in SHCThe fourth round of the senior hurling championship takes place this weekend.
Carew quits DeiseWaterford's footballers are on the lookout for a new manager following the resignation of Niall Carew.
Championship tweets: "Greatest professional foul ever.. Amazing"Here's our twitter round-up from an action-packed football and hurling weekend ...
Waterford Camogie notesWaterford's U16B team had an easy win against Down in this year's U16B All Ireland semi-final played in O'Toole Park in Crumlin on Saturday last.
All-Ireland MHC semi-final: Cats dethrone Na Deise AETKilkenny are through to the All-Ireland minor hurling final after this 1-23 to 1-14 defeat of Waterford after extra time at Croke Park.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was All-Ireland senior hurling championship semi-final day as Kilkenny and Limerick met at Croke Park.
Team news: Same again for Kilkenny and Waterford minorsBoth Kilkenny and Waterford have named unchanged teams for the All-Ireland MHC semi-final clash at Croke Park on Sunday.
Lyons: Cats will be fresherWaterford manager Derek Lyons says Kilkenny will be fresher than his side for Sunday's All-Ireland MHC semi-final.
Video: 'We are a family' - Ottawa GaelsSee a report on the growth of Gaelic games in Canada's capital city. Jerome Quinn discovers a strong Irish history in Ottawa and looks to an exciting future with a ground-breaking move to bring Gaelic Football into 65 Elementary Schools in 2015.

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After a heavy defeat to Cork, can Waterford pick themselves up again to mount a serious challenge for the All-Ireland?

Definitely, we showed are true class in the drawn match with Cork.
No, there's massive room for improvement
This year should introduce younger players to build for the future