# Waterford GAA

This year
# No Go
All-Star goalkeeper rules out Waterford return in 2023
Stephen O’Keeffe stepped away from the Déise in late 2020.
# Under Construction
Walsh Park unable to host Waterford home games as redevelopment begins
It is hoped that the venue will be available to host Waterford club championship games in the summer.
# New commute
Eoin Kelly's excitement for Waterford challenge and admiration for game-changer Shefflin
Eoin Kelly’s first game as Waterford selector comes against his native Tipperary tonight.
Last year
# Pat Bennett
‘I was at all Waterford’s games. I know the story. I just think it wasn’t as bad as people say’
Pat Bennett doesn’t think Waterford had a “bad season” in 2022.
# Davy direction
Austin Gleeson: Davy's new direction, Cahill's legacy, and Ballygunner brilliance
The return date for inter-county training arrived last week and the new Waterford manager has taken the opportunity to emphasise some early pointers.
# appeal
'We're devastated' - Family issues plea to have father's stolen All-Ireland medal returned
Daithí De Paor’s medal which he won in 1948 was taken from from his daughter’s home last week.
# city derby
Ballygunner extend unbeaten run as Waterford senior hurling semi-final pairings confirmed
There are two big city derbies in Waterford’s final four.
Clare can afford to ring changes as they take care of business against Waterford
The Déise will be left a lot of questions to answer after a display that lacked fight and belief, two prerequisites for any championship outing.
# decisions
Gleeson and Barron named on bench for Waterford's clash with Limerick
The Déise boss named his starting XV to face the All-Ireland champions earlier this afternoon with eyebrows raised at his selection
All time
Tipperary v Waterford, All-Ireland SHC quarter-final
The Déise edged out this thrilling affair in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
# Round-Up
Paddy Christie's Tipp book Munster semi-final spot while Waterford hit four goals to advance
There was plenty of drama in the U20 quarter-finals this evening.
# Rout
Limerick cut loose to ease past Waterford
It’s Cork next time out in a Munster semi.
# call
Waterford demand U-turn on GAA's move to 'pause' loss of wages cover on player injury fund
The county released a statement this morning calling for a ‘resolution’ before the return to play.
# Shane Ronayne
Former Tipp ladies boss and Mourneabbey mastermind takes charge of Waterford men's footballers
The Cork man won four national titles in as many years with The Premier and has also won back-to-back All-Irelands with Mourneabbey.
# Top of the pile
Waterford and Mayo stars bag semi-final edition Player of the Month awards
Cillian O’Connor and Stephen Bennett have both been in exceptional form for their sides.
# latest
Waterford GAA to continue investigation into Dungarvan Covid controversy at management exec meeting
A full meeting of the management executive of Waterford county board has been set for tomorrow night.
# Munster Clash
Waterford and Cork name strong teams for league curtain-raiser
Throw-in at Walsh Park on Sunday is at 2pm.
# Funding
Government announce €10m grants for the Sportsground and RDS, but FAI awarded just €2m
The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport have announced a series of provisional grants totaling over €77million as part of the new Large Scale Sport Infrastructure Fund .
# great to see
Munster hurling title now the priority for ex-Brighton player who took Connolly under his wing
Dessie Hutchinson played alongside the Ireland star at Brighton before making his return to GAA.
# Late Drama
Clare cling on to open Munster SHC campaign with away win against Waterford
The Banner survived a late fightback to prevail by one point at Walsh Park.
# like fine wine
'A dream come true': 46-year-old keeper in line to make Championship debut for Waterford
Darren Mulhearne was first called into the senior panel at 17, back in 1989.
# Update
Joe Canning to undergo surgery and will miss up to four months with groin injury
Galway’s talisman was withdrawn during last weekend’s league semi-final against Waterford.
# Wrap
Wicklow keeper Jackson nails late winner, while Cahillane goal sees Laois past Tally's Down
There was plenty of football action in Divisions 3 and 4 on Saturday.
# Skipper
Noel Connors named Waterford hurling captain
Pauric Mahony and Tadhg de Burca have been appointed vice-skippers, meanwhile.
# home again
Waterford County Board receives near-unanimous support for Walsh Park redevelopment
Waterford were without the use of a home ground during this year’s Munster championship.
# Ladies Football
Déise avoid relegation decider as Delahunty delivers
Tipperary now face Cavan in a relegation decider.
# The Archives
The day Limerick ripped up the script, broke Déise hearts and ended an 11-year wait for an All-Ireland final
The Shannonsiders shocked a much-fancied Waterford side in the 2007 All-Ireland semi-final.
# Deise
Kevin Moran back in for Waterford's clash with Limerick after suspension
And Shane Dowling is back in for the Treaty.
# Kingdom
Reigning champions Kerry impress in Killarney to set up Munster final decider with Cork
Goals in either half from Sarah Houlihan and Andrea Murphy capped a confident Kerry performance at Fitzgerald Stadium.
Tipp v Cork, Clare v Waterford, Galway v Kilkenny - your Sunday hurling match tracker
We’ll be bringing you live updates from all the day’s hurling action, starting with Tipp v Cork in Thurles.
# Deise
Derek McGrath names Déise side with key men sidelined, Clare unchanged
Waterford plan without Austin Gleeson and Pauric Mahony.
Tony Kelly returns as Clare make five changes for Waterford clash
Throw-in at Walsh Park on Sunday is at 2:30pm.
# Waterford SHC
Ballygunner capture historic fourth title in a row after dominating eastern rivals
Ballygunner have won their 16th county title.
# Waterford SHC
Ballygunner survive almighty scare to reach next Sunday's Waterford SHC final
Ballygunner survive and advance while Dan Shanahan finishes his campaign with a staggering 9-9.
# inexplicable
Shanahan brothers, including 40-year-old Dan, score 6-9 in miraculous comeback
Lismore trailed Passage by 16 points at half-time but the siblings combined incredibly to advance in the first round of the Waterford SHC.
# Sportsmanship
The Waterford player who was consoled by a Kilkenny fan sent her a lovely present
Pure class.
# Future Proof
'If we don't change, we might struggle' - Waterford can't bank on old tricks, says Connors
Allstar defender Noel Connors says Derek McGrath will have a few new ideas for their 2016 campaign.
# Honest
'It got on top of me and I couldn’t take any more of it' -- Maurice Shanahan on depression battle
The Waterford forward says he’s travelled a hard road.
# impossible task
More fixtures madness as Waterford champions face 2 games in 24 hours
The Déise’s finest will face Nemo Rangers in the AIB Munster club championship on Saturday, a day after contesting a county final.
# time to remember
'He was a big, soft man, a jovial man who always saw the light side of things'
Ballygunner honoured the memory of Paul Foley by claiming victory in Sunday’s Waterford senior hurling final.