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Monday 2 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Waterford GAA

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WATCH: Lar Corbett and Tony Browne gear up for Munster decider
Munster and Tipperary clash on Leeside this weekend. Two of the county’s heroes expect a real showdown.
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Tipp and Dublin name their sides ahead of the championship weekend action.
Chart of the week: Do events on the pitch correlate to Davy Fitzgerald's swearing?
He says he doesn’t care that he was ‘caught’ on camera last Sunday and he doesn’t listen to Gift Grub. But Davy Fitz is this week’s guinea pig.
The Magnificent Seven: the best of the nearly men
Waterford are back in the Munster Hurling Final again, which for some reason got us thinking about seven of the best teams and individuals to never win their respective “big one.”
Waterford 3-15 Limerick 3-14: As it happened
Waterford have advanced to the Munster Hurling Final with a one-point victory over Limerick in a cracking game at Semple Stadium. Catch up with the action in our minute-by-minute coverage here.
GAA mop-up: No rub of the green for Meath, as Cork set up classic decider
Cork and Kerry will meet in the Munster decider, a well-oiled Kildare overcome Meath, and the lower tier hurling championships wrap up at HQ.
Munster SHC preview: can anyone top Tipp?
Every team in Munster will be gunning for the All-Ireland champions but one can’t help feeling the men from the Premier County have what it takes to repeat last September’s exploits. Right?
In pictures: Ken McGrath's hurling career
Ken McGrath announced his retirement today due to injury. We bring you some of the best photos from a career that lasted well over a decade at the top of the game.
The Morning Score: Thursday
An Irishman leads in Abu Dhabi, Nasri stars in Leeds replay and the FAI face a day in court.
Ten tattoos from the world of sport
Getting inked up has become almost mandatory for a lot of athletes. So, which is the coolest?
GAA mop-up: Dubs frozen out while Cork and Kerry up and running
The weather hit a lot of fixtures over the weekend but some new-look sides impressed nevertheless.
Battle-ready for a second shot at the Cats
Weekend GAA preview: Waterford and Tipperary do battle to see who can seek revenge against Kilkenny.
'K Team' wage war with Waterford over land... and hurling
A vigilante group of Kilkenny hurling supporters reclaim the county boundaries.
Waterford triumph in Munster's soggy damp squib
It wasn’t a classic, but the Déise won’t mind while Dublin’s footballers march on.