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The Mayo Ladies have found themselves back in the headlines this week for reasons off, rather than on the field.
The Galway minor footballers face Cavan in the All-Ireland quarter-final in Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada in Carrick on Shannon on Sunday (2pm).
It has been nine years since Mayo last competed in the All Ireland senior final and seven years since they last took part in a semifinal. On Saturday evening Frank Browne's charges are looking to take another step towards claiming the county's first All Ireland title since 2003.
Encouraged by a satisfactory Championship campaign, Westmeath footballers will be keen to develop further in 2016.
Westmeath footballers will have a new manager in 2015 following a vote at Wednesday’s County Board meeting in Mullingar.
With Westmeath already departed from the All-Ireland football and hurling championships, talk in the county continues about how improvements can be made to avoid such early exits again.
These are tough times for Westmeath as Paul Bealin’s team face a tricky All-Ireland senior football round 1B qualifier away to Cavan at Kingspan Breffni Park tomorrow (throw-in 3pm). Westmeath have suffered 12 Allianz Football League and Championship defeats in 13 fixtures, so arresting that worrying trend is what the Midlanders are tasked with. Derry (3), Dublin (2), Fermanagh, Cork, Kildare, Mayo, Tyrone, Kerry, and Louth have all outsmarted Westmeath, who haven’t recorded a win since May 19, 2013 when Carlow were dismissed 3-15 to 1-10.
Galway and Monaghan clash on Saturday for a place in the All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football Championship final.