Thousands of people turned up to support a special legends match at the GAA grounds in Kilmacow on Sunday evening.
Star players from Waterford and Kilkenny, such as Ken McGrath, Tony Brown and DJ Carey were among the greats on the field.
The special guest was Micheal O’Muircheartaigh.
The game ended all square but the real winners on the night were the two charities Pieta House and Teach Tom who benefited from the thousands raised.
Former intercounty referee Dicky Murphy told Kieran O’Connor it was a great night:
“The amount of outstanding players on the field tonight from Waterford and Kilkenny and then the crowd that was here – a great night, very enjoyable”.
The Waterford manager was Jim Greene, he said he had no problem getting the Waterford team together, “everyone of them said it would be a pleasure”.
The Kilkenny manger was Rackard Coady he paid tribute to everyone involved and said it was great to be able to raise funds for the two charities.
Eddie Kerr said he was proud to be a GAA man on occasions like this.
Kieran O’Connor presented Special Guest Micheál O’Muircheartaigh with a Club Deise tie on the night.