• At Swinford Amenity Park, there will be a 2.30pm throw-in as Mayo entertain Waterford.

    Mayo boss Peter Leahy has called in goalkeeper Aisling Tarpey for a start, with Laura Brennan sitting this one out.


    Saoirse Lally, Roisin Durkin, Alannah Duffy and Natasha Gaughan all started against Dublin but drop to the bench on this occasion, with Ciara McManamon, Maria Reilly, Jennifer Cawley and Amy Halligan handed starting places.


    There’s also a goalkeeping change for Waterford, with Kelley Moroney given the nod in place of Rosie Landers.


    Elsewhere in the team, there are starts for Maeve Ryan and Maggie Boylan, with Caoimhe McGrath and Kelly Ann Hogan dropping out, making it three changes in total for the Déise.


    Mayo (v Waterford): Aisling Tarpey; Nicola O’Malley, Dayna Finn, Danielle Caldwell; Kathryn Sullivan, Ciara McManamon, Ciara Whyte; Clodagh McManamon, Sinead Cafferky; Fiona Doherty, Maria Reilly, Lisa Cafferky; Jennifer Cawley, Rachel Kearns, Amy Halligan.


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  • Waterford have bolstered their ranks as they continue their push for European football.

    Former Castlebar Celtic player Noe Baba and Dessie Hutchinson have signed on at the RSC following respective spells at Birmingham and Brighton.


    Both Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers will aiming for their first win of the new SSE Airtricity League Premier Division season when they meet in Tallaght tonight.

    Champions Cork City can make it two wins out of two, by beating Munster rivals Waterford at Turner's Cross.

    There is a north-west derby at the Showgrounds, where Sligo Rovers entertain Derry City.

    Bray Wanderers welcome St Patrick's Athletic to the Carlisle Grounds.

  • Sligo rovers travel to Waterford in the SSE Airtricity premier division tomorrow night in a rescheduled fixture.


    Kickoff is at 7:45 this evening.


    The game has been brought forward because of Waterford’s involvement in the Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Cup on Friday.


    In team news, Daryl Fordyce, Kyle Callan-McFadden and Ronan Murray serve suspensions.


    Murray is serving the second of a three-match ban. Dante Leverock is on international duty with Bermuda as they prepare to face Mexico.


    Romeo Parkes is out for the rest of the season through a medial ligament injury and Ronan Coughlan is doubtful as he undergoes a late fitness test.


    Fordyce, used as a midfielder throughout the season, served as a striker last Saturday against Shamrock Rovers so it means another re-jig for Liam Buckley’s side if Coughlan does not make it but he could yet feature.

  • Waterford are back into an All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship final for the first time since 2017.

    In his first year in charge, Liam Cahill has brought them to the decider after they beat Kilkenny 2-27 to 2-23 at Croke Park this evening.

    Stephen Bennett and Darragh Lyons with the goals for the Déise in the second half after they went into the break 7 points down.

    Galway and Limerick meet in the other semi-final tomorrow afternoon at 4pm in Croke Park.