This weekend it's time for the Waterford senior hurling semi-finals.
With four teams left in contention for the News & Star Cup, we got representatives from the four clubs to sit down and discuss who will triumph and who'll be left wanting. Ballygunner, Mt Sion, Roanmore, and Dungarvan all remain in with a chance of lifting top honours in the county.
As well as the semi-final games, we also have some relegation games to contend with where Clonea, De La Salle, Ballyduff Upper, and Ballysaggart are all still at risk of playing intermediate hurling next year.
This week's panel is comprised of former Waterford hurler and Munster Express reporter Brian Flannery, Waterford senior hurling selector Stephen Frampton, Waterford camogie manager Derek Lyons, and former Waterford U20 manager Stephen Gough.
The games this week are as follows:
Defending Champions Ballygunner will meet Mt. Sion in Walsh Park on Saturday at 4.30pm.
Dungarvan, who toppled local rivals Abbeyside in Fraher Field on Saturday will face Roanmore on Sunday at 1.30pm, also in Walsh Park.
The relegation play-offs will be in Fraher Field with Ballysggart meeting De La Salle on Friday 24th at 7.30pm.
Ballyduff Upper and Clonea will face off on Saturday at 1.30pm, also in Fraher Field.