Listen back to last night’s Lár Na Páirce here:
Co. Board Chairman Paddy Joe Ryan responded to Fergal Hartley’s comments about Fraher Field not being suitable for Ballygunner’s clash with Abbeyside in the Co. SHC last weekend, we also looked ahead to the oprning round of games in the new look Co. SFC, which begins in Kill tomorrow evening where Dungarvan and Portlaw meet at 5:15pm, champions Stradbally start their campaign tomorrow evening as well when they tackle Ardmore in Leamybrien at 7pm.
Waterford minor football boss Tom Flynn has called for an overhaul of the Munster championship after the Déise suffered a 27 point loss to Cork at Páirc Uí Rinn on Wednesday night (4-20 to 0-5) – he spoke to WLR’s Tomás McCarthy after the game, Waterford will now face either Limerick or Tipperary in a semi-final play-off on April 25th.
Tom O’ Brien, Waterford Camogie PRO looked ahead to their fundraising night at Kilcohan Park tomorrow night, and also looks at the ongoing work at club and county level as the game continues to grow across the county.
And, WLR Sport spoke to Seamus Keating who is the first monthly winner of the WLR / Granville Hotel GAA Award, the Ardmore and Waterford hurler picked up the February gong for his fine displays with the seasiders who became the first Déise club to lift an All-Ireland title.