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Westmeath hurlers set to cause massive upset

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Westmeath v Wexford ( Saturday, 7.30pm, Wexford Park)

Big ask for hurlers as Galway come to town

Leinster SHC quarter-final

Lake County Hurlers lose out to Carlow in league decider

A 67th minute goal from Carlow substitute Martin Clowry was enough to finish this game as a contest and see the Barrowsiders crowned division 2A champions.

Westmeath hurlers contest division 2A final

Westmeath v Carlow (Sunday, Nowlan Park, Kilkenny, 4pm)

A-Z of the year that was 2011

A - Anthony Cunningham has had the sort of 2011 that any manager could only dream of. After steering his native Galway to u21 All-Ireland glory in September, the two time All-Ireland winner was announced as the new Galway senior hurling bainisteoir. He also found time to guide Garrycastle to a third county title on the trot en route to seeing his side become the first Westmeath club ever to win the AIB Leinster club championship. Not a bad year’s work.

Hurling championship hots up

After a full round of group games last weekend the Cooper County Senir Hurling Championship is again in full swing this Saturday and Sunday, with the preliminary quarter-finals down for decision.

Carnmore see off Mellows in hurling championship

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Carnmore made it three wins out of three in the Cooper Senior Hurling Championship on Sunday evening at Kenny Park when they defeated Liam Mellows 0-15 to 0-12.

Antrim too strong for Westmeath hurlers

Westmeath hurlers’ interest in this year’s championship came to an abrupt end in Casement Park last weekend when they suffered a nine point defeat to Antrim. Much of the damage was done in the opening half during which Brian Hanley’s men failed to show any of the flair which was evident against Galway. Dinny Cahill’s enjoyed a 10 point lead at the interval.

Westmeath hurlers capable of causing upset against Antrim

With the hurlers and footballers both drawn away to Antrim it is the hurlers who must first make the long journey north. The involvement of a number of dual players ruled out the possibility of a double header and their game throws in at 3pm on Saturday.

Gallant Westmeath hurlers push Galway all the way

Galway 4-17

 

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