Sports


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WATERFORD WILT UNDER RED SUN

Dismal summer ends without a win Brian Flannery at Pairc Uí Chaoimh The curtain came down on Waterford’s disappointing championship season with a thirteen point reversal to an impressive Cork team at Pairc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday night last. While a disappointing result this was a marked improvement in performance by Waterford from the twenty point [...]


Hurling


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Siamsa Cois Laoi

Brian Flannery Reports Strolling along to Páirc Uí Chaoimh literally by the ‘Banks’ and having arrived early for the minor match I had the joy of listening to the great Christy Dignam of Aslan fame completing a sound check ‘Live at the Marquee’. I have similar fun memories of listening to Aslan live at both ‘Club [...]

Soccer


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Piltown complete double with Burns cracker

U13B Jimmy O’Dwyer Cup Final Piltown 1 Tramore 0 Piltown completed the cup and league double when they came out on top against Tramore in Graun Park on the June Bank Holiday Monday. They went into the Jimmy O’Dwyer Cup decider as hot favourites and duly went home with the trophy, but they had to battle hard [...]

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Seagulls soar to success with second half goals

WSFL Under 13 A Johnny Barnes Cup Final Tramore 2 Carrick United 0 The large gathering of Tramore supporters danced a jig of delight in Graun Park on Thursday last as the home club won the Under 13 A Johnny Barnes Cup on what was a glorious June evening. A fine second half performance turned [...]


Football


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WHELAN REMAINS POSITIVE DESPITE DEFEAT

ALL-IRELAND SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER Tom Hunt Reports A disappointed Waterford senior football manager Benji Whelan acknowledged the superiority of the Westmeath performance following their comprehensive win over Waterford in the first round of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship qualifier at Cusack Park in Mullingar. “We played against a better outfit who moved the ball far faster [...]

General


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Ray Malone recalls his incredible night in Anfield

Ray Malone has been travelling to his beloved Anfield since he was just six years old. On Tuesday last he headed to the home of Liverpool FC for the game against Barcelona more in hope than confidence.Thee nil behind from the first leg in Spain very few gave the Reds any real hope of scoring [...]