Munster club fixturesThere are three games from the Munster club championships on this weekend.
Munster club SHC: McInerney boots Cratloe past BallygunnerA kicked goal from Cathal McInerney with seven minutes to go proved decisive as Cratloe registered their first ever Munster club SHC victory at the expense of 14-man Ballygunner in Walsh Park.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerWelcome to what was yet another busy afternoon of GAA action as we brought live text commentary from nine games this afternoon.
Five big hurling games down for decisionNovember may be almost upon us, but the big hurling fixtures keep coming.
Twitter: If you need a corner-back, who you gonna call?Here's the Twitter take on last night's glitzy All-Star bash in the Convention Centre ...
Changes were necessary, says McGrathWaterford hurling boss Derek McGrath has admitted that his panel needed a "shake-up".
All-Stars: Kerry get five but O'Mahony loses outAll-Ireland champions Kerry have been rewarded with five places on the 2014 GAA GPA All-Stars football team.
Molumphy joins Waterford hurling exodusStephen Molumphy has become the third Waterford hurler to announce his inter-county retirement in the past week.
McGlinchey in line to take over Waterford footballersTom McGlinchey is set to be ratified as the new manager of the Waterford footballers at a county board meeting next week.
Whelan eyes Munster runThe Nire manager Benji Whelan is adamant that the Waterford champions can have a good Munster club SFC campaign.
Gunners face confident Clare sideBallygunner will have to be at their best if they are to progress in the Munster club SHC as they face a confident Cratloe side on Sunday.
Munster U21 and minor draws for 2015The draws for the 2015 Munster U21FC, U21HC, MFC and MHC were made this evening.
Corofin and Crossmaglen are favourites for All-Ireland club honoursThe biggest movers in the market are newly crowned Mayo champions, Ballintubber who have halved in price and are now 8/1 having been 16/1.
Championship tweets: The Village celebratesIt's probably safe to assume that there is no shortage of sore heads around the country this morning following yesterday's club final schedule.
Waterford SFC final: The Nire in seventh heavenFive points from 18-year-old Conor Gleeson helped The Nire to their seventh Conway Cup success at the expense of arch-rivals Stradbally in Fraher Field, Dungarvan.
O'Rourke taken to task on twitterColm O'Rourke's Sunday Independent column ruffled quite a few feathers on social media yesterday.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It was unbelievable standing up there and seeing everyone."
SFC final roundupSt. Brigid's completed an historic five-in-a-row of Roscommon SFC titles with a 3-12 to 0-7 thumping of St. Faithleach's at Hyde Park.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerNovember may be almost upon us, but the games keep coming thick and fast as we had no fewer than 17 county finals to bring you live coverage of today.
Football finals in 11 countiesBarring draws, 11 more county senior football champions will be crowned this afternoon.
Hartley calls for patienceFergal Hartley says Waterford hurling supporters will need to show lots of patience over the next few years while Derek McGrath rebuilds the team.
Harty Cup round-up: it's all starting to take shapeThe 2014/2015 Dr. Harty Cup resumed this week with eight games in Round 2.
McGrath wields the axeFollowing hot on the heels of the retirements of Seamus Prendergast and Shane Walsh comes the news that Waterford hurling manager Derek McGrath has released half a dozen players from his panel ahead of the new season.
Walsh follows Prendergast into retirementWaterford hurlers have suffered another retirement blow with the news that experienced forward Shane Walsh has played his last game for the county.
Deise ratify management appointmentsWhile there has been no breakthrough in the search for a new Waterford senior football manager, Deise officials announced a number of underage managerial appointments at last night's County Board meeting.
Whelan seeking big performanceThe Nire manager Benji Whelan is adamant that his side will have to improve on their semi-final performance, if they are to lift this year's county title.
More changes for WaterfordTwo more of the Waterford senior hurling management team have left their roles.
Moran: Seamus was a true great of Waterford hurlingKevin Moran has described his Waterford team-mate Seamus Prendergast as "one of the true greats".
Prendergast retires from Waterford dutySeamus Prendergast has ended his 14-year intercounty career with Waterford hurlers.
Harty Cup preview: seven crucial games on WednesdayThe 2014/2015 Dr. Harty Cup resumes this week with eight games in Round 2.
Championship tweets: Pride in the ParishThere's nothing that can compare with success in the club jersey ...
Waterford SFC: Stradbally and The Nire to meet in finalStradbally and The Nire will face off in the Waterford SFC final next Sunday following their respective wins over Balinacourty and An Rinn at the weekend.
Waterford Camogie NotesThis year's U16 A final was played between De la Salle and Gailltir in Walsh Park on Sunday 12th October.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"There is nothing like winning with the club in my opinion."
Waterford Camogie notesThis year's U16 A final was played between De la Salle and Gailltir in Walsh Park on Sunday 12th October.