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A seminar on the County Westmeath Heritage Plan 2010-2015 will take place in the Shamrock Lodge Hotel on Monday May 25, from 8-10pm.
The Castletown Geoghegan branch of Comhaltas Ceoltóiri Éireann are the hosts of this year’s Westmeath Fleadh Cheoil and will be hosting a fleadh fundraising gala concert on Friday April 10 at 8pm in St Michael’s Church, Castletown Geoghegan. Tickets are priced at €10 and are on sale from committee members, from Westmeath CCÉ branches, and from Claffey’s Shop and the Post Office in Castletown Geoghegan along with Streamstown Post Office.
Caulry needed a late Peter Smyth point to salvage a draw in a game that neither side deserved to lose. Having trailed for much of the game Francie Grehan’s side drew level on the three-quarter mark through the ever-reliable Peter Smyth. This followed a break in play of 20 minutes following a clash of heads between two Malachy’s players, one of whom had to be hospitalised.
It is a crucial weekend for the four clubs left in the intermediate championship with both semi-finals down for decision this weekend. The opening game in the double header in Cusack Park gets underway at 4pm on Saturday when Milltownpass square up to St Malachy’s.
The county senior hurling final which is fixed for October 13 is set to be one of the most eagerly awaited in years thanks in no small part to St Oliver Plunkett’s shock win over hot favourites Clonkill last weekend.
Hurling takes centre stage this week with the two hurling semi-finals down for decision.
Hurling takes the spotlight this weekend with two quarter-finals and the relegation playoff down for decision. First up is the relegation final between Delvin and Crookedwood which throws in at 6.30pm in Cusack Park on Saturday. Both teams lost their three group games and there won’t be much between them on Saturday. The Wood may just about have enough to shade it but will need to improve their scoring return having managed just nine points in each of their last two outings.
Lough Lene Gaels and Clonkill have booked their place in the semi-finals of this year’s Slevins Coaches senior hurling championship. The Gaels helped themselves to a 2-14 to 1-8 win over a disappointing Raharney while the reigning champions edged out Castletown Geoghegan in a thriller.
Westmeath County Council will write to Minister for Justice Alan Shatter, asking him to reverse the decision to close three rural Garda stations in the county.