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Wednesday, 5th April 2017

Blues drop points but go back to the top

Waterford are back on top of the First Division once again following this outcome at The City Calling Stadium on Saturday night last.Considering the fact that the Blues missed a penalty after 33 minutes and then had Dave McDaid red cared early in the second period this was an acceptable result for the team. They now lead the table once again on goal difference from Cobh Ramblers who defeated UCD and Cobh are the visitors to the RSC this Friday and the largest crowd to watch a league game at the Kilbarry venue is expected to come and watch the first Munster Derby game of the season.

While Longford Town looked dangerous going forward, they didn't trouble the visitors goalkeeper Ian McLoughlin but Waterford did create several chances but a combination of poor

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Wednesday, 5th April 2017

Disappointing end for Waterford

Having led Galway a merry dance for three quarters of the game in their Allianz National Hurling League quarter final at Pearse Stadium in Salthill, it was a huge disappointment for Waterford supporters as all the good work came to nought and the hosts ran out 2-22 to 2-19 winners to clinch their place in the semi-final of the competition. Two goals from Tom Devine midway through the second half seemed to have set up the Deise for victory but a whirlwind finish from Galway led by Joe Canning saw the Tribesmen home.

There was a fine crowd gathered in Galway for this clash of two teams with huge potential. While both have not shown anything like their best throughout the competition there was a feeling that a win would garner huge confidence for the challenges ahead. The

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Wednesday, 5th April 2017

Following a trip on Saturday last to Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada in Carrick-on-Shannon the Waterford Senior Footballers returned pointless in their last game of the Alianz National League 2017. While there was no denying that opponents Leitrim were the better team on the day there were signs, particularly in the opening half and the closing minutes, that the Deise might just sneak a positive result. However all their efforts were scuppered as the Connaught side ran out 1-13 to 2-8 winners. The second goal for Waterford, coming at the death, gave a few anxious minutes to the winners but in truth they seemed to have the game under control at that stage. After a really positive start to the league campaign (two straight wins over London and Wicklow) the Waterford form has just unravelled and four losses will do little

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Wednesday, 29th March 2017

World Master's title retained by Joe Gough

One of Waterford's and indeed Ireland's most consistent sportsmen in any age group 64 years old Joe Gough West Waterford has come up trumps once again at a major championship. In the early hours of Wednesday morning last Irish time in Daegu South Korea in the final of the World Masters Indoor 800 metres over 60 against 8 other athletes from all over the World he successfully defended his title easily taking the gold medal in a time of 2 minutes 19.7 seconds seconds, Oleksandr Lysenko Ukraine was second in 2.22.81 and Wolfgang Kreemke Germany was third in 2.23.38, the day before he had won his semi final even more decisively.Then on Saturday morning he at first competed in his second choice event the 1500 metres final and he finished third behind an Irish

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Wednesday, 29th March 2017

Waterford gain hard earned win

Cusack Park in Ennis has not always been a happy hunting ground for the Waterford Hurlers. However on Sunday last a hugely entertaining match ended with the Deise securing a 2-21 to 1-22 win and the points to catapult them into the Allianz National League quarter finals. I suppose many will look on the result as compensation for the Allianz League final last year when some critical decisions went against the Deise and gave Clare the opportunity to claim the title. That said the most important thing about the result for this county was the securing of a place in the knockout stages and with it avoiding the dreaded relegation playoff where the Banner will face Dublin in a winner takes all match. Waterford go into their quarter final next weekend against Galway where a coin

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Wednesday, 29th March 2017

Blues return to top of table

Waterford FC are back on top of the league table (on goal difference from UCD) following this victory over Wexford FC at the RSC on Saturday last. The largest crowd to watch a league game at the Kilbarry venue for many years came to watch a rip-roaring South East Derby but it has to be said this was not typical of previous encounters between the two clubs. However they did see two fantastic goals scored by Mark O'Sullivan who has now scored five goals to date since he joined the club from Cork City. Republic of Ireland and WBA star James McClean was present to watch his brother Patrick play a blinder for the Blues and he himself played a blinder by signing autographs and posing for ``selfies'' with adoring fans all through the evening.

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Wednesday, 22nd March 2017

All Ireland Juvenile Indoors this week end.

The first two days of the Irish Life Health All Ireland Juvenile Indoor Track and Field Championships are in Athlone on Saturday and Sunday next and many athletes from Waterford clubs will be among the competitors. The age groups are under 12 to under 19 boys and girls.Competition begins on Saturday at 10.30 am but athletes check in from 9 am and on Sunday the first event is at 10 am,full timetable on Athletics Ireland Website

Schools International X Country

On Saturday next the SIAB Schools International X Country is in Port Talbot Wales it gets under way at 12 noon

Joe Gough at World's Masters.

By the time you read these notes Joe Gough willhave been in action in Daegu South Korea in the semi final of the 800 metres over 60 early this morning at the

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Wednesday, 22nd March 2017

Footballers suffer defeat to Carlow

After such a promising start to the Allianz National Football League where Waterford defeated both London and Wicklow in their opening games, it seems that inconsistency has again reared it's head. On Saturday last at Cullen Park the home side, Carlow, came through in comprehensive fashion on a 2-10 to 0-7 scoreline to send the Deise to a third defeat in a row and ultimately rule them out of any hope of promotion. However, before the game there was a certain degree of confidence in the Waterford camp. Both the defeats to table toppers Wexford and Westmeath were close run affairs and showed that the lads could certainly hold their own in the division. With a little luck they were well capable of taking the points home from the South Leinster venue.

Before the throw-in manager Tom

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Wednesday, 22nd March 2017

Reds and Blues draw in Tolka Park

Waterford FC had to travel to Dublin for the second week in succession on Friday last and they had to settle for a point. The previous week they had defeated UCD at the Belfield Bowl. Sander Puri had to sit out this game due to injury and he was replaced by Derek Daly. That was the only change to the starting eleven from the previous contest. Overall a share of the points was a fair outcome although if the excellent Davy McDaid had made it 3-1 when the score stood at 2-1 the three points on offer could have been taken from the Tolka Park. His shot on the run struck the outside of the post.

Shelbourne shocked the Blues with a goal inside the opening nine minutes when Dayle Rooney whipped in a free

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Wednesday, 15th March 2017

Joe Gough at World Masters

From Sunday next March 19 th to Saturday March 25th the World Masters Indoor Championships are in Daegu South Korea and Ireland has 25 athletes competing there in various age groups including Joe Gough from West Waterford AC who is defending his 800 metres over 60 title. It will again be a busy schedule for Joe as he is in action in the heats of the 800 metres on Tuesday and assuming he progresses to the final that takes place on Wednesday, he is also entered for the 1500 metres on the 25th Now 64 years of age and at the end of his age category it will be a big challenge for Joe but like so often in the past we hope he can rise to the occasion once again and we wish him a

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