Up to 1,000 mourners have attended the funeral of Waterford hurling legend Frankie Walsh in Waterford city.
The 76-year-old was the last Waterford man to lift the Liam McCarthy cup in Croke Park, when Waterford won the All-Ireland senior hurling title in 1959, beating Kilkenny.
He died after a short illness.
His funeral, which took place at the Holy Family church, was attended by many current and former inter-county players.
GAA President Liam O’Neill also attended.
The congregation heard parish priest Fr Tom Rogers say Mr Walsh’s life on the field and in the workplace touched a huge amount of people and made a difference to their lives.