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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.
Property sales in Westmeath increased by 30 per cent in the first quarter of this year compared to the same period last year.
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.
A critical Leinster Senior Hurling Championship round robin clash is scheduled for Westmeath, who face Kerry at Cusack Park this Sunday, April 30, throw-in at 3pm.
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.
Following two consecutive Allianz Football League relegations, Kieran Martin is adamant that Westmeath can launch a successful promotion bid from Division Four in 2017.
Mayo make the trip to the Athletic Grounds in Armagh today to take on the Orchard County in what is a must win game for JP Coen’s men. After winning three out of three in their opening games in the league this year, Mayo slipped into third place in the table and out of the placings for a spot in the league final and a crack at promotion to Division 2A for next year after their disappointing loss to Wicklow last weekend in Castlebar.
Having gleaned a vital away victory over London, Michael Ryan’s Westmeath will be hoping to maintain their encouraging start to the Allianz Hurling League Division 2A campaign when hosting Derry at Cusack Park on Sunday afternoon (February 21).
In a repeat of last year’s Leinster Minor football final, Westmeath will be hoping for a better result when hosting Kildare in tomorrow’s first round provincial opener at Mullingar.