This weekend, it's the senior hurling championship final.
Ballygunner meet Roanmore in Walsh Park on Sunday at two o clock.
The defending champions dispatched local rivals Mt. Sion last weekend, while Roanmore brought an end to Dungarvan's campaign to book their place in the final for the first time in 31 years.
Roanmore's involvement makes it four teams that Peter Queally has delivered to the showpiece game, while Ballygunner have not lost a final since 2014.
The last time the Gunners were beaten in the final game, was in 2013 when Queally was at the helm in Passage.
Today, we are joined by a who's who of Waterford hurling, with representation from both clubs as well as some neutral voices thrown in for good measure.
Former Waterford hurler and Munster Express reporter Brian Flannery is back once again.
As is former Waterford U20 boss Stephen Gough who makes his return flying the flag for his club Roanmore.
For the first time on the pod, we're joined by the 2001 County and Munster club championship winner with Ballygunner, as well as former Waterford hurler Billy O Sullivan, and last but not least, two time All-Star and 2013 county final winner with Passage, Eoin Kelly.