Waterford and Tipperary clash in the quarter finals of the All Ireland senior camogie championship this evening.
It’s the first time the Déise are appearing at this stage of the Championship, and will be confident of upsetting the odds.
Donal O’ Rourke’s charges saw off Limerick and Clare in the final two group gams to book a spot in the Quarter-Finals, but have relied heavily on De La Salle’s Beth Carton for scores.
Deise forward Fiona Morrissey can’t wait to step out at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
The An Rinn player told WLR Sport she is enjoying the challenge of playing up front this season.
Waterford manager Donal O’ Rourke feels that they must improve their discipline to get past the Premier County.
The action in Páirc Uí Chaoimh is underway at 5:30pm, Tomás McCarthy will keep us updated here on WLR.
— Camogie Association (@OfficialCamogie) August 3, 2018