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A Waterford fan held up a great sign ripping Kilkenny on TV at a darts event in Las Vegas

You can’t escape a good GAA rivalry.

Eoin Murphy makes a save Source: Tommy Dickson/INPHO

IT WAS LESS than a week ago that Waterford ended their Kilkenny championship hoodoo with a dramatic extra-time win in Semple Stadium.

But the rubbing in has already begun – and it’s gone Stateside.

Waterford author Brian Kennedy was watching the US Darts Masters in Las Vegas on ITV last night when he spotted a very GAA sign in the crowd

Straight and to the point, the handwritten sign delivered its message with some delightful sarcasm:

Enjoy the summer Brian Cody
Up Waterford

Now, the darts has always had a good reputation for handwritten signs but you wouldn’t expect the Kilkenny/Waterford rivalry to be popping up in an event in Vegas.

That’s commitment to celebrating last weekend’s win.

Is it better than the – until now – undisputed quintessential Irish sign ever spotted at the darts?

TO33nru Source: Imgur/Agent4777

Hard to know, but it’s a good effort all the way over in Las Vegas from a dedicated Waterford supporter.

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