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What a difference a week makes.
Some 11 budding teenage entrepreneurs have been selected to represent Westmeath at the Student Enterprise Programme National Finals in Croke Park.
Down Syndrome Ireland’s Westmeath branch is calling on cyclists to get on their bikes alongside Irish cycling legend Stephen Roche for a unique cycling tour around Leinster, all the while raising much-needed funds for the charity.
The draws for the next round of the senior football championships were made earlier this week, with all the round three games now scheduled for August 26 and 27.
Car sales in Westmeath have decreased by 13.8 per cent in the first three months of 2017 compared with the same period in 2016, according to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry’s (SIMI) first Quarterly Motor Industry Review in association with DoneDeal.
Mayo students will next week take part in the national finals of the prestigious Scratch Coding competition. The popular coding competition will take place on Wednesday, in the Kemmy Business School, at the University of Limerick.
Two extra-time goals from Carlow’s Michelle Nolan ended Westmeath’s hopes in a keenly contested Liberty Insurance Premier Junior Camogie Championship semi-final.
The Mayo senior hurlers will be hoping to avoid moving one step closer to falling through the trapdoor into the Nicky Rackard Cup for next season when they take on Wicklow in Mullingar tomorrow. JP Coen's side lost out to Kildare in a seesaw encounter in James Stephens Park in Ballina last Saturday, and now have 70 minutes to ensure their Ring Cup status for next season and avoid the relegation/promotion final which will see the losers of this game take on the winners of the Rackard Cup on Saturday June 13 for the right to compete in the Christy Ring Cup next season.
There couldn't be a much tougher task for JP Coen's Mayo senior hurlers if they are to have any interest in championship hurling beyond the middle of May tomorrow. James Stephens Park in Ballina will be the venue for the meeting of Coen's side and last year's Christy Ring Cup champions, Kildare, in the winner takes all round 2b clash. Mayo lost out to Derry in Owenbeg a fortnight ago by two points, while Kildare were finally defeated by London in a replay in St Conleth's Park in Newbridge last weekend. Both sides finished level after extra time in the Emerald Grounds in Ruislip the week before, when Mayo were going down to Derry.