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Waterford LGFA Notes

Waterford senior players Cora & Emma Murray pictured with their sponsor Cllr. Seanie Power.
Munster Championship Action beckons The next round of the Munster Ladies Gaelic Football Senior Championship will be played between Cork & Waterford at Cork Institute of Technology on Sunday 26th May at 5pm. Waterford will be buoyed by the news announced last week that they led the way in the Division 2 team of the [...]

Another one that got away for Déise

Clare captain Gary Brennan veers clear of Waterford’s Tommy Prendergast during last Saturday’s Munster SFC Quarter-Final at Cusack Park on Saturday last.			| Photos: Eugene McCafferty
Munster Senior Football Championship Quarter Final Clare 0-9 Waterford 0-8 Mac Dara Mac Donncha at Cusack Park Waterford’s footballers were overwhelming outsiders travelling to Cusack Park last Saturday but came within a whisker of pulling off a sensational victory, losing by the cruellest of margins to their Division Two opponents.This was yet again one of those matches which [...]

Déisemen claim dramatic victory

Waterford's Tom O'Connell with the ball against Clare's Keith Crowley
Munster Minor Football Championship Round Robin Round 3 Waterford 2-7 Clare 1-9 Tom Guiry’s Waterford Minor football team recorded their first win in this year’s Munster Minor Football Championship at Fraher Field on Wednesday evening last thanks to two late goals both from DJ Melia.Late scores which turn games around are often the story behind the game [...]

Nire snatch victory as Clashmore let it slip

Despite a flat display which produced only 2-3, Dermot Ryan and his Nire team mates did enough to get past Clashmore at Fraher Field last Thursday. 					| Photo: Sean Byrne
Senior Football Championship Group A The Nire 2-3 Clashmore-Kinsalebeg 0-5 Mac Dara Mac Donncha Reports Clashmore will be rueing last Thursday’s defeat at Fraher Field as they should have at the very least earned a share of the spoils. They kicked 11wides, including five – yes, five – by their freetaker until Tadhg De Búrca took over that [...]

Rathgormack run riot at Bushy Park

Billy Power was one of six different Rathgormack goalscorers in their SFC victory over Ardmore at Bushy Park.						| Photo: Sean Byrne
Senior Football Championship Group A Rathgormack 7-15 Ardmore 1-11 Tony Ryan Reports Rathgormack continued their impressive start to this year’s County SFC with an overwhelming win over Ardmore in this Round 2 game played at a sun-drenched Bushy Park last Saturday afternoon. With the temperature in the high teens, the conditions were in stark contrast to the [...]

Kilrossanty secure points against 14-man Portlaw

Senior Football Championship Group B @@@kicker Kilrossanty 0-16 Portlaw 2-4 Brian Flannery Beaten finalists last season Kilrossanty got their 2019 senior football title challenge off to a winning start with a six-point victory over Portlaw.Played at the excellent St Molleran’s ground in front of only a handful of patrons on a bitterly cold evening it was the favoured Kilrossanty [...]

Rathgormack too strong for weakened Clashmore

Senior Football Championship Group A Rathgormack 2-8 Clashmore-Kinsalebeg 0-4 Mac Dara Mac Donncha At half-time in last Saturday’s second match at Fraher Field, it looked as if Clashmore, despite being short a number of influential players, might cause something of a surprise, as they merely trailed Rathgormack by five points. But having faced a huge gale in that opening [...]

Champions begin defence in comfort

Senior Football Championship Group A The Nire 4-18 Ardmore 1-3 Mac Dara Mac Donncha Although Ardmore’s Ciaran Keating netted inside 20 seconds at Fraher Field on Saturday last, his side could only add a meagre three points thereafter as the reigning champions The Nire enjoyed an all-too-easy opening match in the defence of their SFC title. Their work [...]


The Nire begin the defence of their Senior Football crown against Ardmore this Saturday.  							| Photo: Sean Byrne
Thomas Keane previews the first round ofthe County Senior Football Championship Group A: Nire v Ardmore (Fraher Field, Saturday, 6.30pm) This the first game of a double header to be played at Fraher Field on Saturday evening could well prove to be an interesting battle.The Nire are the reigning champions and will be looking to win back to [...]

Déisewomen maintain momentum

National Ladies Football League Division 2 Waterford 4-13 Laois 4-8 Waterford survived a late comeback from Laois at Fraher Field on Sunday last to all but secure their place in the League Semi-Finals for the second year in a row. With just 34 seconds gone, Maria Delahunty had the ball in the Laois net after she collected her own [...]