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The Galway hurlers went out of the Bord na Móna Walsh Cup, losing to Dublin by 1-28 to 1-19 in Parnell Park on Sunday.
A disappointing defeat to NUI Maynooth ended Westmeath’s interest in the O’Byrne Cup following a hard-fought encounter at Moate last Sunday.
Encouraged by a satisfactory Championship campaign, Westmeath footballers will be keen to develop further in 2016.
To promote the commencement of the Leinster Senior Championship in football and hurling, Westmeath GAA Open Night will take place tonigt, Thursday May 7 in Cusack Park from 6.30pm.
The Galway senior footballers will be hopeful of collecting another two NFL points this Sunday at Tuam Stadium (2pm) when they face Laois.
The Galway footballers will face Laois in three weeks’ time in Tuam stadium (Sunday March 1) and a win in that game would set them up for a serious tilt at promotion to division one for 2016.
A cruel 2014 at inter-county level for Westmeath concluded without a competitive win so new manager Tom Cribbin will be hoping to make an impact in the new year. Westmeath face three games in the Bord Na Mona O’Byrne Cup before the Allianz Football League clicks into gear.
Westmeath footballers will have a new manager in 2015 following a vote at Wednesday’s County Board meeting in Mullingar.
Martin Fogarty is viewed as the early favourite to succeed Brian Hanley as Westmeath hurling manager.