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Wednesday, 13th September 2017

Championships back on

Both JJ Kavanagh Senior Hurling and Football Championship are now getting back into full swing following the All-Ireland exploits of the hurlers over the past few months.

On Sunday evening two more games in the Football competition were played off with Rathgormack putting up a very impressive display in defeating Clashmore/Kinsalebeg 4-19 to 0-12. The men from the foot of the Comeraghs began in whirlwind fashion and a goal from Jason Gleeson before the break saw them ahead 1-11 to 0-3. With a number of successful underage teams in recent years there appears a conveyor belt of talent in the club and this was very much demonstrated on Sunday evening.

The second half continued very much in the same vein as the opening thirty minutes and the winners had extended the lead to 2-15 to 0-6 midway through the second

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Wednesday, 13th September 2017

Sincere congratulations to Gailltir on their huge achievement in reaching the All-Ireland sevens 'A' final in Kilmacud last weekend. Having beaten Athenry 4-5 to 4-3 in the semi-final and while fatigue was catching up with them the girls put up a brave effort in the final before going down 5-7 to 2-2 to Burgess/Duharra. Consolation for Gailltir in the fact that the magnificent Ciara jackman was awarded the player of the tournament. Congratulation all.

TONY FORRISTAL/SONNY WALSH FESTIVAL OF HURLING

The Tony Forristal/Sonny Walsh tourname 2017 was again a huge success here in Waterford. With games comes huge activity and this year was no exception with players here from all corners enjoying the all day activities. In the Tony Forristal competition it was Tipperary who from the start looked a team of exceptional potential and having beaten Dublin and Waterford saw themselves

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Wednesday, 13th September 2017

Blues prepared for vital fortnight

Bray Wanderers 0 - Waterford FC 5

The players and supporters of Waterford FC are prepared for what could be an historic period in the club’s history. On Friday they make the short trip to Ferrycarrig Park to play Wexford FC. The following week they host Longford Town at the RSC. Victory in those two games would see the ten year quest for Premier League football come to an end. Second placed Cobh Ramblers play Cabinteely this Saturday and the following week they face a tricky away game against UCD at the Belfield Bowl. It is worth noting that Waterford's last game of the campaugn is away to Cobh on Saturday, October 8th and the last thing anyone needs is heading to St Coleman's Park hoping to get something from that match. Hopefully it will be nothing

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Tuesday, 5th September 2017

Bank AC and contact number is 087 6889330.

Thomas Barr 4th in Zagreb

After his enforced with drawl from the 400 metres hurdles semi final at the World Championships in London earlier this month Olympian Thomas Barr had one more race this season and it was on Tuesday evening last August 29 th in Zagreb , Croatia in a World Challenge meeting. He finished 4 th in a time of 50.22, the race was won by World finalist Samba Abderrahaman Qatar in 48.70. Kyron Mc Master Ivory Coast was second in 49.49 and L.J. Van Zyl South Africa was third in 49.61 the Olympic Champion Kerron Clement USA was 6 th

Cork winner of Greenway Half Marathon

The Inaugural West Waterford AC Waterford Greenway Half Marathon was held on Saturday last from Kilmacthomas to Ballinroad and over 400 finished the course. They were led

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Tuesday, 5th September 2017

Promotion party must wait following stalemate at RSC

Waterford FC 1 - Shelbourne 1

There was a possibility that Waterford FC would have been crowned champions and promoted to the Premier League on Friday last. Had the Blues come out on top in this game and if Athlone Town had beaten second placed Cobh Ramblers the dream would have been fulfilled but unfortunately neither match produced the results required. Shelbourne draw with the Blues for a third time this season and Cobh Ramblers scored their winning goal three minutes into stoppage time in Athlone so the wait for the promised land must wait. Next up for Waterford is an away game against Wexford FC on Friday, September 15th. The following evening Ramblers play at home to Cabinteely. Should both sides win their respective games then the Waterford will have the opportunity to

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Tuesday, 5th September 2017

Heartbreak continues for Déise

There was a real belief within the county that finally 2017 would bring that ever elusive third All-Ireland hurling title. Opponents, Galway, who have been unbeaten since their opening round defeat to Wexford in the Allianz National Hurling League, have become a formidable force. Waterford however with a system devised by manager Derek McGrath and his backroom team are a battle hardened outfit who have "bought in" to the way of the management.

With wins over Offaly, Kilkenny, Wexford and Cork throughout the Summer, they were going to mount one formidable challenge to the favourites. Not having won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling title since 1959 the supporters of the Deise travelled to the Capital in their thousands and were in confident mood before the game. Indeed car loads of travelling fans were on the motorways to Dublin from

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Wednesday, 30th August 2017

bank AC and contact number is 087 6889330.

Thomas Barr back in action on Tuesday

After his enforced withdrawal from the 400 metres hurdles semi final at the World Championships in London earlier this month Olympian Thomas Barr is having one more race this season and its this evening in Zagreb, Croatia in a World Challenge meeting. In it he will face the Olympic Champion Keron Clement USA, Kyron Mc Master Ivory Coast the fastest in the World this year who was disqualified in London due to a lane infringement, a World finalist from Qatar to mention just a few .

Niamh reaches semi final

In Taipei last week the World University Games were staged and Niamh Whelan Ferrybank competed in the 100 metres and reached the semi final. In round 1 she was third in her heat in 11.71 and automatically qualified for

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Wednesday, 30th August 2017

Blues Under 19's lose for first time in four months

Waterford FC 1 Cabinteely 3

Waterford FC lost for the first time in four months when they had to give second best to a Cabinteely side who finished the game strongly on Sunday at the RSC. The previous day the Stradbrook based club also ended the unbeaten record of the Waterford Under 17 team. Despite this loss the Under 19 team have qualified for the Shield which is a knockout tournament and that competition will get underway within the next three weeks. The Under 17 side remain top of their league section also and they play at home to Cobh Ramblers this Saturday at 2.00pm. The Waterford FC first team host Shelbourne on Friday at the RSC at 7.45pm, a game which hopefully will see the club take another giant step towards

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Wednesday, 9th August 2017

Dreaming

All roads lead to Croke Park on Sunday next as Waterford and Cork lay their respective championship aspirations on the line in the second of this year's Senior Hurling All-Ireland semi-finals. The exodus from both counties will see some sixty thousand plus fans converge on Headquarters for what is expected to be another terrific encounter between two great Munster rivals. Both Waterford and Cork have a rich tradition of producing "classics" and I would be of the mind that this may well be another.

There is no hiding place in semi-finals. A game which can help make your year but with one fell swoop can destroy all the planning and work of the previous eight months. The euphoria of victory. The heartbreak of defeat. The talk of what might, or might not happen. As we wend our way to the Capital

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Wednesday, 9th August 2017

The Summer Cul Camps continue to be a huge success and up next week (14th-18th August) we will see them at the following., Ferrybank, De La Salle College, Tramore 2, Portlaw, St Mollerans, Ardmore. Best of luck to all the kids and enjoy.

DEISE DRAW

Reminder to all clubs that the fourth in the series of Deise Super Draw

2017 will continue in "Minnies" Abbeyside on Wednesday next 9th August.

It will be hosted by the local Abbeyside/Ballinacourty GAA club

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    Christmas timeBeing part of the huge crowd that was in Waterford city centre for the annual turning on of the Christmas lights was without a question one of the highlights of the year. Seeing so many people, and particularly young people, infants and children, being part of the whole event made the turning on of the lights an even better occasion than you could possibly imagine.Each year the Winterval festival just gets better and better and you really have to hand it to the people behind it whose …

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