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The A-Z of the year that was 2010

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A - Athlone GAA Club celebrated their 125th year in existence. It was an honour for me to be captain 50 years on from the first of the famous six-in-a-row wins. Unfortunately we added no silverware at senior level. Making the knockout stages was progress and hopes are high that we can build on that in 2011. Our u14s won the Feile and u16s won the county title indicating a bright future for the club.

Flanagan gets football job - leaves door open for prodigal players

Clara native Pat Flanagan (49) was named as the interim manager of the Westmeath senior football team after a meeting of the county board in Cusack Park on Wednesday April 21.

Flanagan appointed interim Westmeath manager

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Pat Flanagan has been appointed interim Westmeath manager following Brendan Hackett’s resignation last weekend. The Clara native will take charge until the end of this year when the position of manager will then be reviewed. The county board were quick to act to fill the void given that we are only weeks away from our opening championship game.

County can’t Hackett as Westmeath lose football manager

Brendan Hackett is expected to hand his resignation as county football manager into the Westmeath county board this weekend after the latest episode of player power was exercised on Wednesday evening (April 14).

County can’t Hackett as Westmeath lose football manager

Brendan Hackett is expected to hand his resignation as county football manager into the Westmeath county board this weekend after the latest episode of player power was exercised on Wednesday evening (April 14).

Concern growing at state of Westmeath football

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Another league campaign over. Another relegation confirmed. Division one in 2009 to division three in 2011. The Irish housing market hasn’t slid as quickly or as far as the fortunes of our county footballers. It is now 14 league outings in a row without a win. Kilkenny are the only other team in the entire league not to have collected any points. A dismal points difference of -52 to boot.

Glorious opportunity missed as U21s fall short in Leinster final

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D- day for U21 footballers

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This Easter weekend is of pivotal importance in the young football careers of the U21s from both Westmeath and Roscommon. Both counties will contest their respective provincial finals at a time when football in each county is crying out for a lift. To win on Sunday would further enhance the growing reputation already being forged by quite a few representatives of each side and offer hope of better days to come at senior level in the future.

Make or break as Westmeath welcome Laois to town

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After a double U21 and senior clash with Meath last week, it is now the turn of another old foe, Laois, to come to town. First our seniors welcome the O’Moore men to Cusack Park for a make or break Division 2 game on Sunday at 2.30pm. Then on St Patrick’s Day it’s the turn of the U21s from both counties to contest the Leinster semi-final. What a treat of football on our doorstep at this early stage of the year.

Westmeath Senior and U21 footballers face Royal battle

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Westmeath’s senior and U21 footballers both have crunch games this Saturday against near neighbours Meath. At 2pm our U21s welcome Meath to Mullingar to contest the Leinster quarter final. There is a 7.30pm throw-in in Pairc Tailteann for the third round of the National Football League.

 

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