Archive for the ‘GAA Hurling’ Category
Waterford hurlers promotion bid remains firmly on course after a seven-point victory over a disappointing Offaly side at O’Connor Park Tullamore. For all bar the opening quarter, Waterford completely dominated this game and only wayward shooting prevented the visitors from putting the Faithful County to the sword. Both sides showed a [...]
This year’s college competitions have not gone without controversy. Not for the first time there has been accusations of impropriety with teams being disqualified for playing illegal players and then reinstated on appeal and then naturally you have the appeal on the appeal. I would have thought that all these clever [...]
Ever the comeback men, Waterford IT simply don’t know when they are beaten, and once more Colm Bonnar’s men produced a magnificent display to ensure a replayed Fitzgibbon Cup Final after an epic with UL in Limerick on Saturday night. This game brought [...]
An 18-point victory, three welcome goals, seven different scorers in addition to the eight who registered in Limerick the previous Saturday, several excellent performances and two welcome points. Waterford have warmed well to life in Division 1B of the National Hurling League. Holding a three-point advantage at [...]
National Hurling League Division 1B Limerick 2-16 Waterford 0-22 Brian Flannery at the Gaelic Grounds. An injury time point from substitute Paudie Prendergast earned Waterford a well merited draw and precious away League point against Limerick at the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday evening last. Attractions elsewhere kept the attendance to a meagre 2,500 for this Valentine’s night special. [...]
Deise skipper Kevin Moran relishing his new challenge The call to the captaincy wasn’t one Kevin Moran was expecting. But when the question was put to him by Deise boss Derek McGrath to lead his county in League and Championship action this year, the De La Salle man didn’t need to be asked twice. “It [...]
Cappoquin’s All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling title aspirations ran aground at a blustery Cusack Park in Mullingar last Sunday when they proved second best against Antrim’s O’Donovan Rossa. The Waterford and Munster champions were odds on favourites pre-game but as Ballysaggart and Mount Sion previously found out to their cost, Antrim sides are difficult opponents. By game’s end [...]
With Waterford manager Peter Queally not in a talking mindset after so crushing a reversal, it was left to selector MacDara Mac Donncha to field the most immediate post-match question: where did it all go wrong?
For the second year running Waterford and Limerick must meet gain to decide the destination of this year’s Munster Minor Hurling title after an exhilarating draw at Páirc Uí Chaoimh before an attendance of 36,075 on Sunday last.
Waterford captain Shane Ryan saluted the resolve of a team conditioned on victory after a sensational finish to last Wednesday’s Munster MHC semi-final.