Patient approach pleases McGrathWaterford manager Derek McGrath feels that their tactics of playing a patient game worked for them against Laois.
Footballers back in actionWaterford footballers will be hoping to get their promotion campaign back in track when they host Waterford in the Allianz NFL Division 4 clash at Fraher Field on Saturday evening.
Fitzgibbon Cup: WIT outclass DITChampions WIT are through to the semi finals of the Fitzgibbon Cup thanks to a merited 1-18 to 1-7 victory over DIT tonight.
HS hurling team of the weekSix counties are represented on our hurling team of the week ...
McGrath: Pauric's time has comePauric Mahony's scoring heroics against Laois confirmed Derek McGrath's belief that he is becoming a leader in the Waterford team.
GAA tweets: Wedding bells for Down starCongratulations to Conor Laverty who tied the knot on Saturday ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Any time you come to Nowlan Park and get a victory is pleasing."
Waterford Ladies football club notesWaterford Intermediate lady footballers recorded their third victory in the Tesco Home-grown Division 3 clash with Sligo on Sunday last in Fraher Field. Played in terrible underfoot conditions
HL1B: Mercurial Mahony steers Waterford past LaoisThe unerring Pauric Mahony helped himself to 1-14 as Waterford inflicted a merciless 3-21 to 0-12 defeat on 14-man Laois at Dungarvan.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerTwo crucial contests took place tonight in the 2015 national hurling league.
McGrath praise for youngstersWaterford manager Derek McGrath has stressed that the youngsters in the side will get ample opportunity to impress during the NHL.
Championship start datesThe divisional under-21 football championships are due to start this weekend.
Deise support one-on-one penaltyWaterford's delegates have been mandated to vote in favour of the one-on-one penalty at GAA Congress.
McGrath not expecting an easy rideDerek McGrath has placed his faith in youth to restore Waterford hurling to it's former glory - but he is expecting bumps along the way.
HS hurling team of the weekThe hurling leagues got off to an exciting start over the weekend, here's our team of the week ...
Odds: Cats now clear favouritesFollowing the opening weekend of Hurling League results, Kilkenny are now 2/1 favourites to top Division 1 after a superb win over Cork at Pairc Ui Rinn.
GAA tweets: Slaughtneil's field of dreamsThe gaels of Slaughtneil are looking forward to their trip to Croker on March 17th ...
Video: WIT's Ashbourne Cup winning goalsSee two camera angles of WIT's two early goals in winning Sunday's Ashbourne Cup vs UL.
Waterford Ladies Football notesSligo make the long trek to Dungarvan next Sunday to play against the Deise ladies in the third round of the Tesco Homegrown league.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"There was no comment from Davy or from anyone."
Kill club notesKirwans bar was the venue for our latest installment of our club lotto, which was brilliantly supported
Camogie: UL and WIT to meet in Centenary Ashbourne FinalReigning champions UL will meet Waterford IT in their fourth final in a row, in the Centenary Ashbourne Cup Camogie on Sunday at DCU (3.30pm), after semi-final wins this afternoon.
HL1B: Treaty and Deise share spoilsIt finished all-square in an exciting all-Munster affair at the Gaelic Grounds tonight: Limerick 2-16 Waterford 0-22.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerKilkenny's Division 1A trip to Cork was the feature match tonight as the 2015 national hurling league commenced with three mouth-watering encounters.
Team news: Waterford team to face LimerickThe Waterford side to take on Limerick at the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday evening has been announced.
Team news: Limerick include O'MahonyGavin O'Mahony will line out at centre forward for Limerick in Saturday's Allianz Hurling League tie against Waterford. Apps updatedThe latest upgrade of the apps has just been released, with the iOS and Android versions updated in the last 24-hours.
Camogie Volunteer of the Year Awards winners announcedThe winners of the 2014 Camogie Association Volunteer Awards have been announced.
Countdown to CongressThere is sure to be lively debate at the GAA's annual congress in Cavan later this month as a black card in hurling and opening up all county grounds to other sports are amongst the contentious motions that will be put to the floor.
McGlinchey welcomes breakWaterford manager Tom McGlinchey is pleased to have some time to regroup with his side.
Connors feels rejuvenatedWaterford defender Noel Connors admits that the younger players introduced to the squad have rejuvenated the older ones.
Fitzgibbon by nightWaterford IT and IT Carlow qualify for quarter finals.
Six-team league has improved hurling - DalyThe GAA's director of games Pat Daly believes that the six-team Division 1A has led to a rise in the standard of hurling.
HS football team of the weekGalway twins Cathal and Patrick Sweeney make our HS football team of the week ...
Odds: Dubs now 13/8 to retain titleFollowing their five point victory over Donegal on Saturday night, Dublin are now 13/8 from 7/4 to retain the Division 1 title and make it three-in-a-row.