Kelly to ref camogie finalKildare's Ray Kelly has been appointed referee to the All-Ireland senior camogie final on Sunday, September 13.
New initiative launched by Waterford GAAThe Waterford County Board have announced a new partnership deal to promote health and wellbeing across the county.
GAA President slams The Sunday GameGAA president Aogán Ó Fearghail says The Sunday Game is predictable, tiresome, unfair and consistent in its negativity.
HS football team of the weekHere's the star performers from yesterday's enthralling All-Ireland SFC semi-final...
Championship tweets: Unusual Kerry scenes of celebrationFive-time Kerry All-Ireland winner Declan O'Sullivan takes Jarlath Burns to task...
Waterford Ladies Football notesWaterford ladies intermediate football team hope to emulate their Camogie counterparts this weekend when they attempt to qualify for the TG4 All Ireland Intermediate final.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's just so hard to take because, you don't want to be a sore loser."
Camogie: Waterford hold onThree goals in eight minutes mid-way through the second half turned this Liberty Insurance All-Ireland intermediate camogie semi-final on its head.
GPA accuses Paddy Power of exploiting playersThe GPA is none too impressed with Paddy Power's use of player images in their GAA Hot 100 campaign.
Competition: win two All-Ireland hurling final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland hurling finals on Sunday 6 September.
SFC reaches penultimate group stageThe Group stages of the Waterford senior football championship are taking shape ahead of this weekend's games.
Browne frustrated by U21 failuresFormer Waterford hurler Tony Browne admits that it is frustrating to see such a lack of success by the county at under-21 level.
Video: Maria makes her pointMaria Delahunty kicked a monster point to set the tone for Waterford in their in the TG4 All Ireland Intermediate Quarter-final against Sligo in Birr.
Waterford Ladies football club notesWaterford intermediate ladies by virtue of a hard earned win over their league final conquerors Sligo have now qualified for the All Ireland semi final
St. Marys club notesOur U-14s travelled to Cappoquin last Wednesday evening, 5th August, to take on the homet eam in the latest round of the championship.
Ladies previews: champions in action as big two meetIt's another fantastic Saturday of ladies football with a repeat of the league final on the cards as Cork put their title on the line once more.
Kill club notesOur junior footballers travelled to Roanmore last Tuesday night 4th August, to take on the home team in the penultimate game of the league section championship
Club scene back in full swingThe end of Waterford hurlers' All-Ireland campaign means that the club scene returns with a bang.
'It's difficult to go out and enjoy yourselves'Waterford defender Noel Connors admits he is looking forward to chilling out after a long hard tough season.
Shanahan lauds Deise supportDan Shanahan has heaped praise on Waterford's supporters that made the trip to Croke Park for last Sunday's All-Ireland SHC semi-final.
All bets off?Bookmakers could soon have to permanently suspend their betting on minor football and hurling fixtures.
McGrath to trim his squad in 2016Derek McGrath says he will work off a smaller Waterford senior hurling panel next year.
HS football team of the weekWho caught the eye in Saturday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals? Here's our football team of the week...
HS hurling team of the weekWaterford pushed Kilkenny all the way but it was the Cats who were left standing yet again. We pick our hurling team of the week from yesterday's All-Ireland semi-final.
Mullane: our lads will have learned so much from this experienceJohn Mullane believes the experience of playing Kilkenny in an All-Ireland SHC semi-final will stand to Waterford's young players in the future.
Championship tweets: business as usual for the CatsFrom Tiernan McCann's hair to Mayo's goals to Richie Hogan's feet, there was a fair amount of GAA activity on Twitter over the weekend...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I can do it any day. It doesn't matter who it is."
All-Ireland SHC semi-final: classy Cats overpower Na DeiseTJ Reid top-scored with 1-9 as holders Kilkenny defeated neighbours Waterford by 1-21 to 0-18 at Croke Park to book a ninth final appearance in ten seasons.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was All-Ireland hurling semi-final day at Croke Park, where Kilkenny put both their minor and senior crowns on the line.
McGrath takes his hat off to the CatsWaterford manager Derek McGrath acknowledged that Kilkenny were deserving winners in Croke Park today.
Cody and Cats march onBrian Cody's Kilkenny players repaid the "trust" he showed in them with a strong second-half showing against Waterford in today's All-Ireland SHC semi-final.
Hogan: goal was a big helpRichie Hogan wasn't surprised that Kilkenny had to work hard to break down Waterford's defensive gameplan in Croke Park today.
Larkin in 'good shape' ahead of Deise testIllness hampered Eoin Larkin's early season progress but the seven-time All-Ireland winner is fighting fit ahead of tomorrow's All-Ireland SHC semi-final against Waterford.
Gleeson: they blew us out of the waterAustin Gleeson has mixed emotions when he reflects on his senior debut in the Waterford jersey.
Preview: SHC semi-final - Kilkenny v WaterfordWaterford's re-emergence as a hurling force to be reckoned with has been one of the stories of 2015 - but tomorrow Derek McGrath and his young players face the biggest challenge of all.