Shane Stapleton and Michael Verney unpack a massive weekend of hurling action as Waterford beat Tipperary, Cork see off Dublin, Offaly win the Christy Ring Cup, Mayo lift the Nicky Rackard Cup, and Fermanagh claim the Lory Meagher Cup.
Waterford are through to another All-Ireland semi-final after a pulsating win over Tipperary in Saturday’s quarter-final clash.
Tipp have never conceded as much in championship as the 4-28 (40 points) in the clash, with the pace and drive of the Deise sealing the win down the stretch.
Liam Cahill’s men will take on Limerick next weekend — a repeat of last year’s Munster and All-Ireland deciders — as they look to end a famine running to 1959.
The lads discuss whether this may be a swansong for Liam Sheedy, and focus on potential successors in the Premier County.
Cork are also through to the semi-final stage after a composed win over Dublin in Thurles, and get a shot at Kilkenny at Croke Park.
Kieran Kingston’s side showed vim and vigour throughout, and have developed some of the game’s most exciting talents.