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An absorbing Leinster SHC Quarter-Final eventually ended in a 4-15 to 1-20 win for Offaly against Westmeath at TEG Cusack Park last Saturday evening (May 27).
Killian Doyle bagged the decisive goal as Westmeath earned a 1-18 to 0-19 Leinster SHC Round Robin win over Meath at TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar, on Sunday.
Despite suffering two Leinster Senior Hurling Championship Round Robin defeats, Westmeath still have a chance to advance to the quarter-finals in the province.
This photograph of the Shangort area of Knocknacarra was originally taken in the 1950s by Aodh MacDúbháin, a teacher in St Enda’s who did a lot of work with An Taidhbhearc. It was taken from Carragh Hill.
Galway WFC are back home on Saturday, keen to return to winning ways when they take on Cork City in Eamonn Deacy Park at 6pm.
The Galway hurlers showed some genuinely exciting form, real intent and championship promise in a totally dominant 3-21 to 0-14 victory over current All-Ireland champions Tipperary last Sunday in the Allianz league final at the Gaelic grounds in Limerick.
Hurling is a game of inches, an inch this way and that way can decide the outcome of a game, be it from a shot for a score or a ball that slips just past a hand and there was just a matter of a few inches between Mayo and Kildare on the scoreboard and the field in this Christy Ring Cup first round clash.
Galway hurlers will take on Limerick in the league semi-finals on Sunday week (April 16) following their impressive late comeback and 2-22 to 2-19 win over Waterford last weekend in Pearse Stadium.
Last weekend saw a phony war between the Mayo and Roscommon senior hurlers play out in Athleague, both sides knew they were going to be facing each other in the division 2B relegation play-off this weekend before a sliothar was stuck. However, Mayo did however record a much needed win against their near neighbours to send them into tomorrow evening's game with a pep in their step.
A facile 3-24 to 0-9 Allianz Football League Division Four win over a much changed Wexford last Sunday ensured Westmeath earned promotion.