Ballygunner set out on another Provincial campaign this afternoon as they welcome Midleton to Walsh Park for the opening round of the Munster Senior Club hurling Championship.
The Gunners claimed their first five in a row recently, seeing off Abbeyside in impressive fashion.
Midleton lost out to Imokilly in the Cork decider, and will be out to upset the odds.
Ballygunner boss Fergal Hartley says preperations have gone well since their win over the Villagers in the county final.
Speaking to WLR Sport, Fergal says they won’t be taking anything for granted against the Cork outfit.
Fergal says they’ll be aiming to push on again in this year’s Provincial campaign.
Throw-in is at 1:30pm, and we’ll bring you all all the action live here on WLR with commentary team Kieran O’ Connor and Eoin Murphy, thanks to George Corbett Skoda.
Meanwhile, Clonea also return to action this afternoon, the Waterford champions begin their Provincial campaign with a Munster Intermediate hurling Championship Quarter-Final.
Limerick champions Garryspillane are the visitors to Fraher Field.
Clonea claimed the Intermediate county title two weeks ago seeing off a gallant Clashmore side by four points, while Garryspillane claimed the Limerick crown last weekend.
Brian Greene is Clonea manager, and he told WLR Sport they’re looking forward to this new challenge.
Brian is anticipating a tough challenge against the Shannonside outfit.
Brian feels there’s more in his charges and is hoping for a big performance this afternoon.
Throw-in is at 1:30pm, and we’ll keep you updated here on WLR.
Best Wishes to both Waterford teams competing in Munster Club action today! @CloneaGAA take on @GarryspillaneGA in Fraher Field at 1:30pm in the Intermediate Club Quarter Final!@ballygunnerHc take on @MidletonGaa in Walsh Park at 1:30pm in the Senior Club Quarter Final!
— Waterford GAA (@WaterfordGAA) October 28, 2018