Tipperary will go into their Liberty Insurance All-Ireland semi-final as rank outsiders against champions Cork but having returned to this stage for the first time in 10 years, are not ready to end their season yet.
A goal from Cáit Devane in injury time finally calmed Tipperary nerves after a tight second half and booked their place in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Semi-Finals for the first time in 10 years.
This is a mouth-watering prospect with Tipperary looking to go one step further than last year, when they fell at this hurdle without showing their best against Galway, and Waterford aiming to prolong what has already been a successful and history-making season.
This weekend marks the centenary of Gaelic Sunday with commemorative events planned by GAA clubs across Ireland and abroad. The anniversary will also be marked by a special colour parade at Croke Park.
The All-Ireland U21HC semi-final between Galway and Tipperary, which was scheduled to take place next Saturday, has been put back to Wednesday week, August 8 at 7.30pm following the drawn All-Ireland SHC semi-final between Galway and Clare.