2021 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final – Limerick V Waterford
Limerick will play Waterford in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final on Saturday August 7th at 5pm in Croke Park.
Calling on all Waterford GAA Déise Supporters you have been fantastic so far but let’s keep it going! Let’s get the Hats, Scarves, Headbands and Bunting out covering your homes and businesses across Waterford City and County to drive on Liam Cahill and the team. The Waterford support has been electric so far at the matches. Now more than ever just like the team, we need to up our game in the stands this Saturday and drive the lads on.
GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final
Páirc an Chrócaigh 17:00
Luimneach v Port Láirge
Referee: John Keenan (Cill Mhantáin)
(E.T. & Winner on the Day)
Live on RTÉ 2 coverage starts @ 16:00
Join WLR FM commentary team of Kieran O’Connor and Fergal Hartley for match coverage on WLR FM from 16:45 wlrfm.com/player/?player…
WATERFORD SENIOR HURLING TEAM:
LIMERICK SENIOR HURLING TEAM:
For thoes attending the game today, please take note of the following: https://crokepark.ie/welcomeback
Match Day programmes are available to purchase online via digital copy by clicking the below link: Cost €5
Dont forget to sign up to Club Déise Membership 2021 for €30. Please click on the below link to find out more information and to sign up: https://clubdeise.com/e30-membership-package-2020-benefits/
We are currently updating our membership and corporate sponsorship plans for the coming year.
Our Mission is to assist in the development of Waterford GAA of all grades and codes.
We believe that a successful GAA in Waterford will help to lift the entire county, in a way which will bring enjoyment, pride and a sense of belonging which will benefit all who live in County Waterford.
Club Déise continues as usual funding teams especially our Senior hurling team, and wish to sincerely thank you for your continued support.
Our county team is now in a unique position having retained the services of Liam Cahill as manager. We are certain that this offers a new opportunity which deserves support.