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Fitzgibbon glory and John O'Shea's late goal - Waterford's 2014 sporting highlights

It was a memorable year for the Deise.

But what about [insert your county here]? Don’t worry, we’ll be producing a series of articles that will cover every county in Ireland – even yours – over the next few weeks. See the ones we’ve already covered here.

1. John O’Shea scored a dramatic late equaliser in Germany to make Ireland co-world champions

Source: tomek rugala/YouTube

2. Jack O’Donoghue captained Ireland to fourth at the Junior World Cup and also made a few appearances for the Munster senior team

Jack O'Donoghue Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

3. WIT beat Cork IT to win the Fitzgibbon Cup

Waterford IT celebrate with the cup Source: Presseye/Declan Roughan/INPHO

4. The Nire made the Munster club football final, where they were defeated by Austin Stacks

Conor Jordan tackles Shane Ryan Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

5. Cappoquin beat Bruff to become Munster intermediate club hurling champions


6. Joe Gough won the World Masters 800m Indoor Title

gough Source: Corkrunning

7. Austin Gleeson scored this screamer on his debut for the senior hurlers


8. Kelly Proper made the European Championship 200m semi-finals and also helped set a national record on the 4x100m relay team

Ireland's Kelly Proper running in the semi-finals of the Women's 200m alongside Bulgaria's Inna Eftimova Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

9. Kevin Phelan had a good year on the European tour, winning over €160,000 in prize money

Kevin Phelan Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

10. Ipswich Town striker Daryl Murphy was recalled to the Ireland squad on the back of some nice goals like this one

Source: Ipswich Town FC/YouTube

11. Niamh Briggs was part of the Ireland women’s rugby team that made the World Cup final and was also nominated for the IRB women’s player of the year award

Niamh Briggs supported by Nora Stapleton

12. Thomas Barr set a national record for the 400m hurdles and with  4x400m team

Richard Morrissey, Mark English, Brian Gregan and Thomas Barr celebrate setting a new National Record Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

13. Modeligo won the Munster junior club hurling title

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