Wall enters Hall of FameAt a special function, former The Nire stalwart Jim Wall was inducted into the Munster GAA Hall of Fame.
Convention set to be interesting fareThree of the main positions on the Waterford GAA executive will be contested at tomorrow night's (Thursday) convention.
Waterford record surplusWaterford GAA's accounts for the year show a surplus of €12,497.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"He comes in for a lot of attention in a lot of games but he's a couple of years older now."
Waterford Camogie notesThe fixtures for the 2015 season were issued this past week. Some teams are back in action from February so lots of preparation required between now and then.
Championship tweets: Vins raise the barSt Vincent's 10-point victory over Rhode yesterday was the talk of twitter.
GPA answers criticismThe GPA has responded to recent criticism of the role it plays in the GAA by publishing detailed answers to 'Frequently Asked Questions' on their website - gaelicplayers.com.
Devine inspirationTwo-goal hero Tom Devine is adamant that Modeligo can push on for All-Ireland honours.
Hurlers to face DubsWaterford hurlers continue their preparations for the New Year with a challenge match against Dublin tonight (Friday).
Farrell: players want changeGPA chief executive Dessie Farrell claims the championship structure is "broken" and players want it changed.
Fitzgibbon Cup draw: Waterford IT have it all to doReigning champions Waterford IT were drawn in the same group as IT Carlow, NUI Maynooth and Mary Immaculate College in today's Fitzgibbon Cup draw.
Devaney and Wall join Munster Hall of FameTipperary hurling hero, Liam Devaney, and Waterford star footballer, Jim Wall, are the latest Munster legends to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Championship tweets: ice baths or hot whiskeys?Despite the inclement conditions, Ballyhale Shamrocks and Kilcormac/Killloughey served up a Leinster Club SHC final thriller in Portlaoise yesterday.
McGrath takes Mount Sion reinsKen McGrath will return to hurling next year as manager of his beloved Mount Sion.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"The big ogre is beginning to lose his sense of danger, Kilkenny."
Munster club JHC final: Modeligo storm the CastleModeligo's blitzed Castlemartyr with five goals to lift the Munster club JHC title in Mallow.
Hunt responds to Brolly criticismStephen Hunt has written another article in today's Sunday Independent in which he responds to Joe Brolly's claim that professional soccer players are not role models.
As it happened: Sunday's provincial club finalsThis afternoon our focus was on the Leinster club senior hurling championship final.
Leinster club SHC final takes centre stageThe never-ending GAA season continues today when four more provincial club finals take place.
Hunt up for skills challengeStephen Hunt has challenged Joe Brolly to name a GAA player who would compete against him in a skills competition next summer.
Video: some serious hurling tekkersIf it is an amazing piece of skill you are after, then this gem of control from Dónal Breathnach is hard to beat.
Ryan left to rue mistakesThe Nire captain Shane Ryan admits that they made too many mistakes in the Munster club SFC defeat to Austin Stacks.
O'Sullivan to speak at GAA National Games Development ConferenceIrish Olympian Sonia O'Sullivan will be a guest speaker at the 2015 Liberty Insurance GAA National Games Development Conference which was launched today.
Munster club fixturesThe two remaining provincial club finals take place this weekend in Mallow.
Preview: three quarter-finals up for grabs in Dr. Harty CupSix games in the fifth round of the Munster GAA Post Primary Schools Dr. Harty Cup will take place today with three quarter-final places up for grabs.
10 GAA gift ideas for this ChristmasIf you are on the look out for Christmas presents for the GAA mad person in your life, here's a few ideas to help you along the way.
HS football team of the weekIt was an eventful day on the club front yesterday so we selected a football team of the week from the big games across Ulster, Leinster and Munster.
GAA stars up in arms over Hunt claimStephen Hunt's claim that GAA players would struggle in the Premier League has sparked an angry reaction from current and past footballers and hurlers.
Benji rues 'silly mistakes'The Nire manager Benji Whelan admits his side missed a glorious opportunity to claim an historic Munster club SFC title yesterday.
Championship tweets: a year to remember for Star2014 has been good to Kieran Donaghy on both club and county fronts.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"The amount of silly mistakes we made today was incredible."
Munster club SFC final: 14-man Stacks bridge 38-year gapAustin Stacks recovered from a slow start and the dismissal of Shane Carroll to beat The Nire in a low-scoring Munster club football final at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThis afternoon we had two provincial finals down for decision as title deciders took place in Munster and Ulster.
Hunt says GAA stars would struggle in Premier LeagueStephen Hunt has claimed that GAA players wouldn't have the "mental strength" to survive in the Premier League.
Munster and Ulster club football finals take centre stageIt's a big day for the footballers of Austin Stacks, The Nire, Omagh and Slaughtneil who are seeking provincial glory.