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Westmeath pub retains listing in 2015 Michelin guide

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Popular Westmeath pub, the Fatted Calf in Glasson, has retained its listing in the new-look 2015 Michelin Eating Out In Pubs guide, just published.

Championship action returns for Galway hurlers

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This weekend the Galway hurlers put away their club colours after a hectic few weeks of domestic action, and don the maroon and white again when they take their 2014 championship bow on Sunday against Laois in the Leinster quarter-final at Portlaoise (4pm).

Fans night for Galway GAA supporters

Galway GAA fans will have a great opportunity to meet their football and hurling heroes tomorrow evening.

Early burst sees hurlers beat Kildare

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Westmeath did most of the damage in the first eight minutes as they eventually recorded a vital Allianz Hurling League Division 2A win over Kildare at Newbridge.

Time to change football championship format

In these austere times, if GAA supporters (consumers) are going to pay their limited cash at the turnstiles to attend games, they expect to be entertained.

Westport Arts Festival is under way

Launched on Monday evening by Minister Jimmy Deenihan, the 37th Westport Arts Festival is under way. Providing its typically quirky and diverse line-up of acts, it spans two full weeks this year, from October 1 to 14, with something on offer for all ages and tastes. If you are looking for something to do this weekend there is lots to chose from.

Injury-free Galway take on Limerick in u-21 semi-final

Galway u-21 hurling team manager Anthony Cunningham will lead his panel to Thurles this Saturday (6pm) in the hopes of returning to to Croke Park for a second successive All-Ireland decider.

Injury-free Galway take on Limerick in u-21 semi-final

Galway u-21 hurling team manager Anthony Cunningham will lead his panel to Thurles this Saturday (6pm) in the hopes of returning to to Croke Park for a second successive All-Ireland decider.

Ladies football national league kicks off this weekend

The 2011 Bord Gais Energy Ladies Football National League kicks off on Sunday with Kilkenny hosting Westmeath in Urlingford. The sides last met in 2008 when the Cats had a one point win in the Leinster semi final but the girls from the Lake County reversed this result with a three point win a month later in the All-Ireland series. Westmeath struggled in the League last year to cope with the powerhouses of Cavan, Fermanagh and Waterford resulting in relegation to Division 4 where they will hope to be better matched with Kilkenny, Carlow, Offaly, Louth, Roscommon, Antrim and Derry.

Westport vet pedals back home to Germany

A Westport vet has found a way to beat the traffic and the threat of volcanic ash — she is cycling all the way home to Germany. Katrin Hansmann, 28, has just finished a year working as a vet in Westport and is returning to her home town of Schwalmstadt, about 150km north of Frankfurt.

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