Liam Kearns reckons Cork won't be losing any sleep about their upcoming Munster SFC semi-final against Tipperary.
Did Joe Brolly go too far with his criticism of Kieran McGeeney's approach to management?
"There's some people who will use it for personal steps but we're not too far away."
Tipperary stepped on the gas after the break to beat Waterford by 1-15 to 1-7 at Fraher Field.
Tipperary needed extra-time to get the better of Waterford in a dramatic Munster JFC quarter-final at sun-kissed Fraher Field.
Welcome to the latest edition of our live text commentary as the last weekend of May is upon us.
Another superb weekend of betting last weekend for the GAAmbler landing 3/4 of our bets, leaving us with an extremely healthy points total after two weeks of +16.39 points.
2012 All-Ireland MHC winning captain Bill Maher will make his Munster SFC bow for Tipperary against Waterford in Sunday's quarter-final at Fraher Field, Dungarvan.
The four Lidl NFL Teams of the League have now been revealed and all 60 players will be presented with their awards at Croke Park on June 1st.
For all the progress Tipperary and Clare, to a lesser extent, have made recently, the Munster football championship continues to be a two-horse race between Kerry and Cork.
Seamus Callanan isn't a fan of the sweeper system which is creeping into hurling.
Waterford manager Tom McGlinchey believes that his charges can cause an upset in Sunday's Munster SFC clash against Tipperary.
Waterford manager Tom McGlinchey has included three debutants in his starting fifteen to face Tipperary in the Munster SFC quarter-final at Fraher Field on Sunday.
Tipperary manager Michael Ryan has set his first goal for the championship season and that is to win the Munster title.
Here we preview the four provincial senior football championship quarter-finals down for decision on Sunday afternoon.
Tipperary captain Peter Acheson says they won't take anything for granted when they face Waterford in Sunday's Munster SFC quarter-final in Dungarvan.
Liam Sheedy insists that his native Tipperary and League champions Clare boast the strongest panels in the 2016 All-Ireland senior hurling championship.
Following their 0-22 to 0-13 victory over Cork in the Munster SHC quarter-final, Tipperary are now the 6/5 favourites to win the Munster SHC for a 42nd time.
Tadgh Ó hUallacháin hopes to secure his first championship victory in Waterford colours this weekend.
Noel McGrath says the league is quickly forgotten once the championship starts.
Cork should stay with the traditional game, according to King Henry.
"In my day, we used to whoop Tyrone's asses more often than not."