Glamour double-header to mark 90th anniversary of Kilsheelan/Kilcash GAA clubSouth Tipperary GAA club Kilsheelan/Kilcash will celebrate 90 years in existence on Sunday, August 3, by hosting a hugely attractive senior club football and hurling double-header at the club's grounds.
Waterford Camogie notesWith Waterford Intermediate teams break between the Liberty Insurance All Ireland Championships league phase and their All Ireland semi-final on August 16th against Limerick, the action has switched to Waterford Club action.
All-Ireland MHC: Ryan double sinks DubsShane Ryan hit the net in either half as Irish Press Cup holders Waterford saw off Dublin's challenge in today's All-Ireland MHC quarter-final at Semple Stadium.
As it happened: SHC Quarter-finals Match TrackerSemple Stadium is where all the action was today as the All-Ireland SHC quarter-finals took place.
Team news: Same again for minorsHolders Waterford have named their side for the All-Ireland MHC quarter-final clash with Dublin.
Intriguing championship fixtures aheadThe Eastern and Western board intermediate and football championships take centre stage this weekend.
Maher confident Deise can bounce backWaterford selector William Maher is adamant that given time the current management team can rebuild the side.
MacDonncha seeks under-21 reshuffleWaterford under-21 selector MacDara MacDonncha is adamant that the only way to get the best out of that age group is to have the same management team as senior level.
Munster MHC final replay: Treaty surge to break Deise resistanceLimerick are back-to-back Munster minor hurling champions for the first time after a 0-24 to 0-18 defeat of Waterford at Thurles tonight.
Lyons: more than silverware at stakeWaterford manager Derek Lyons says there's more than the title at stake in tonight's Munster MHC final replay.
Team news: Minors make two changes for replayWaterford manager Derek Lyons has made two changes to his starting 15 for tonight's Munster MHC final replay against Limerick.
HS hurling team of the weekThere was just one game down for decision in the hurling championship this weekend with Wexford advancing at the expense of neighbours Waterford.
Championship tweets: Call me Rihanna!Michael Darragh Macauley still waiting on a response from Rihanna ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I've just come back to the dressing-room after speaking to you and I see the doctor dealing with his (Mickey Burke's) finger."
Waterford camogie notesCongratulations to Waterford's U16 team that beat Tipperary on Sunday to cement their top position of the table and reach the All Ireland semi-final.
McGrath says Deise need to be patient - just like WexfordDerek McGrath is hoping that Waterford fans will be as patient with him as their counterparts in Wexford have been with Liam Dunne over the past three years.
Hurling continues to grip British TV viewersLast night's All-Ireland hurling qualifier between Wexford and Waterford had the British TV audience both gripped and confused.
SHC Qualifier: Wexford trump neighbours in thrillerWexford are through to their first All-Ireland SHC quarter-final in six years after a thrilling victory over Waterford at Nowlan Park.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerThere were three games down for decision this evening as the All-Ireland hurling and football championship qualifiers gathered pace.
Preview: SHC qualifier: Waterford v WexfordAfter the high of last weekend, Wexford must do it all again this evening when they square up to neighbours Waterford in round two of the hurling qualifiers.
Team news: Guiney earns starting placeJack Guiney is back in the Wexford starting fifteen for tomorrow's All-Ireland SHC Qualifiers Round 2 game against Waterford at Nowlan Park in what is the only change to the side which knocked out Clare last week.
Double header of GAA action on Sky SportsA small piece of TV history will be made on Saturday when Sky Sport broadcasts its first GAA double-header.
Team news: Deise line-up for Model testWaterford have announced their team for Saturday evening's All-Ireland SHC Qualifiers Round 2 meeting against Wexford at Nowlan Park, Kilkenny.
Cork close gap on Cats in betting stakesCork's odds on lifting the Liam MacCarthy Cup have been cut to 9/4 following their first Munster SHC triumph in eight years.
Goals concern LyonsWaterford minor manager Derek Lyons feels that if they are to win the Munster MHC title, then they must stop conceding goals.
Roche points to 'morale'Waterford centre back Colm Roche believes that the unity in the squad earned them a draw in the Munster MHC final.
Mahony wary of Wexford momentumPauric Mahony reckons it will take a huge performance from Waterford to stop Wexford's gallop on Saturday.
Munster U21HC: Rebels defeat Deise to book final dateA second-half masterclass gave 14-man Cork a 3-18 to 0-16 semi-final victory over Waterford at Walsh Park.
Football top scorers: O'Connor and Sweeney lead the wayMayo's Cillian O'Connor and Con Sweeney of Tipperary are the leading scorers in football championship 2014.
"I'd be telling you a lie if I said I didn't think I still could perform"Tony Browne admits he is struggling to come to terms with life as a retired inter-county hurler.
Legends Tours launched by Ciaran Whelan and Tony BrowneFollowing on from the success of last year's series, the Bord Gáis Energy Legends Tours are up and running this summer at Croke Park.
Team News: Deise starting XVThe Waterford line up for the Munster U21HC semi-final with Cork has been revealed.
Team News: Cork team to face WaterfordThe Cork starting XV has been picked ahead of their clash with Waterford in Wednesday's Munster U21HC semi-final.
"Crushed" Brooks confirms concerts KOA broken-hearted Garth Brooks has confirmed that his Croke Park concerts cannot be salvaged.
Sky Sports to show its first double-headerA small piece of TV history will be made on Saturday when Sky Sports broadcasts its first GAA double-header.

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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