The stars of the historic Waterford Camogie panel enjoyed a wonderful turnout at the SETU Arena's supporter evening last night (Thursday, July 27).
Ahead of their upcoming All-Ireland Final clash with Cork in Croke Park on Sunday, August 6, Déise fans were invited to meet and greet the players.
What an absolutely fantastic evening at SETU Arena for our Supporters. Thank you so much to everyone for coming 🤍💙🤍💙🤍💙🤍💙
— Waterford Camogie (@deisecamogie) July 28, 2023
A huge turnout of supporters made their way to the Arena for a 7:30 pm start, with an open training session kicking off proceedings.
Seán Power's side then took a break from training to engage with the crowd, posing for photographs, answering questions and offering advice to the future stars in the county.
There was a pop-up shop available, presenting everybody with the chance to stock up on their bunting and flags for their first All-Ireland Final appearance since 1945.
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The girls secured their showpiece ticket with a dramatic victory over Tipperary at UPMC Nowlan Park.
In a titanic back-and-forth battle, Power's side produced an incredible second-half performance to see off a powerful Premier outfit by a scoreline of 1-12 to 1-11 in Kilkenny.
For Waterford, the O'Duffy Cup is one game away, and the prospect of glory in HQ is very close to realisation.
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