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Reigning champions St. Lomans had to allow for extra reserves as they saw off the stern challenge provided by Athlone in Hogan Park, Moate on Sunday evening. Reduced to 14 players midway through the second half, Luke Dempsey's charges could have succumbed to intense Athlone pressure at this time and when Ryan Gaffey pointed to put the Shannonsiders in front, it seemed that St. Lomans were facing a rare Westmeath senior football championship loss.
Westmeath manager Michael Ryan is hopeful the midlanders can deliver against Wexford in Saturday evening's All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship preliminary quarter final clash at TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar (7pm throw-in).
Westmeath suffered an All Ireland SFC Qualifiers Round 2B defeat against Armagh at TEG Cusack Park on Saturday evening (July 8).
Westmeath finished strongly in last Saturday's Leinster SFC quarter-final replay to secure a Croke Park date against Dublin this Sunday.
Westmeath manager Tom Cribbin was thrilled with the work rate of his players during Sunday’s win against Waterford in Division Four of the Allianz Football League.
Westmeath manager, Tom Cribbin, was satisfied with the Midlanders’ important Allianz Football League Division Four win over Limerick at the Gaelic Grounds.
It will be 501 days since Stephen Rochford stepped out on to the field in Croke Park and raised his arms in celebration after guiding Corofin to glory in the All Ireland Senior Club Championship on Saturday. Tomorrow will mark his return to GAA headquarters as a manager, this time with the hopes of a whole county resting on his and his players' shoulders.
Westmeath manager Tom Cribbin believes the Midlanders can cause a Leinster Senior Football Championship Final shock against Dublin at Croke Park on Sunday.
Westmeath manager Michael Ryan admitted his side were “devastated” not to cause an All Ireland hurling qualifier shock against Limerick at Cusack Park on Saturday evening.
Westmeath manager Michael Ryan was ‘disappointed’ with Sunday’s 3-27 to 0-19 Leinster SHC quarter-final defeat against Galway at Cusack Park.