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There Was An Incredible Turnout For Waterford’s Homecoming

There Was An Incredible Turnout For Waterford's Homecoming

With Galway and Waterford waiting for silverware since 1988 and 1959 respectively, no matter who brought Liam MacCarthy back it was always going to be something special. The scenes in Galway at the homecoming are out of this world. There is a jubilant, joyous atmosphere expressed by the smiling faces dressed in maroon and white, and without a doubt that …

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Derek McGrath Praises ‘Brick’ Walsh As ‘Best Team Player That’s Ever Played For Waterford’

GAA All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final, Croke Park, Dublin 3/9/2017 Galway vs Waterford Waterford's Michael Walsh and John Hansbury of Galway Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

Waterford fell to Galway in the All-Ireland final yesterday, as the Tribesmen edged an absorbing affair by three points. However, there is a sense that this Waterford team will be back, as the majority of their team have their best hurling ahead of them. Unfortunately, that probably can’t be said for Michael ‘Brick’ Walsh. The talisman will be 35 should …

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Do You Agree With The Sunday Game’s Hurling Team Of The Year?

So that’s a wrap. The 2017 Senior Hurling Championship will go down in the books as a reasonably enjoyable season. All the pressure throughout the summer was on Galway, and whether they could back up their League promise with a first All-Ireland title in 29 years. However, it was Cork who grabbed the early headlines of the summer, as they …

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Watch: Not Many Galway Fans Are As Delighted As This Guy

The 29 year wait for a Senior All-Ireland Hurling title took its toll on some Galway fans more than others. Joyous scenes swept through Croke Park on Sunday as Galway prevailed over a gallant Waterford side by 0-26 to 2-17. The West of Ireland rejoiced at the victory over the Déise, but one ‘fan’ in particular was more overjoyed than most …

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Galway Lead The Way In Pundit Arena’s Hurling Team Of The Year

After a thrilling All-Ireland final, Galway are the champions, bridging a 29-year gap to bring Liam MacCarthy west of the Shannon for the first time in a generation. A novel final pairing was a fitting tribute to a rather strange hurling year, with a changing of the guard a reoccurring theme given the (slight) regression of Kilkenny and Cork coming back …

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