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Westmeath footballers face crucial game against Sligo

Westmeath host Sligo in a crucial Allianz Football League Division Three clash at TEG Cusack Park on Sunday afternoon.

Colin Kelly appointed manager of Westmeath footballers

Former Louth manager, Colin Kelly, has been named manager of Westmeath footballers.

Testing encounter in store as Westmeath footballers face Offaly

Cusack Park hosts an interesting Leinster SFC quarter-final clash involving neighbours Westmeath and Offaly on Sunday (June 12).

Clubs opt not to ratify Bealin for a second year

Westmeath footballers will have a new manager in 2015 following a vote at Wednesday’s County Board meeting in Mullingar.

Bealin appointed new Westmeath senior manager

Former Dublin midfielder Paul Bealin has been appointed to replace Pat Flanagan as manager of the Lake County’s senior footballers.

Promotion secured as Westmeath footballers produce yet another winning performance

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What a difference a year makes. Hard to believe that a little over a year ago there were strong fears throughout the county that Westmeath were in real danger of dropping to division 3. Pat Flanagan’s belief in his side proved well founded as they recorded wins over Galway, Monaghan, and Derry to retain their place in division 2 against the odds.

Westmeath supporters draw to act as division 2 final curtain-raiser

To celebrate the county’s return to division 1 football, the Westmeath Football Supporter’s Group’s 13th annual fundraising draw has been deferred for a fortnight to April 25.

Offaly claim early season bragging rights after low-scoring encounter

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Westmeath get season off to a winning start

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Westmeath footballers got their 2013 season off on the right note with a comfortable win over Athlone IT in Hogan Park, Moate last Sunday. While the O’Byrne Cup is far from the Holy Grail, it is still a worthwhile competition for blooding new talent and an opportunity for more established players to shed the winter cobwebs.

Tall order for Westmeath as Kerry come to town

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It is surely a case of nothing to lose and everything to gain as Westmeath welcome Kerry to Cusack Park on Sunday for round two of the all-Ireland qualifiers. Nobody, diehards included, are giving Pat Flanagan’s men a chance and the consensus is that it is only a matter of by how much will the Kingdom reign supreme.

 

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