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THE EPOCH clubnight is back at Factory in the Electric Garden this Saturday with Enda Geoghegan, Colin Finnegan, and Conor Lynam on the turntables.
The replay of the all-Mullingar county semi-final is scheduled for this Sunday evening at 5.15pm in Cusack Park. If this game is half as entertaining as the drawn encounter, it will be well worth the admission fee and given the local rivalry a decent attendance is expected.
It’s semi-final time in the Westmeath senior football championship with two very interesting games down for decision this Sunday in Cusack Park. Holders Garrycastle take on surprise packet Maryland at 2.30pm followed by the all-Mullingar clash of St Loman’s and Shamrocks at 4pm.
It is surely a case of nothing to lose and everything to gain as Westmeath welcome Kerry to Cusack Park on Sunday for round two of the all-Ireland qualifiers. Nobody, diehards included, are giving Pat Flanagan’s men a chance and the consensus is that it is only a matter of by how much will the Kingdom reign supreme.
After a break since early April the Westmeath senior football championship resumes this weekend with a full round of games down for decision. History has shown that a lot can change during the long siesta and that is what makes predicting this weekend’s games all the more difficult.
THIS SATURDAY sees the start of a new clubnight at The Cellar Bar on Eglinton Street - Epoch - and to launch the night there will be a DJ set from Massimiliano Pagliara.
Just three weeks after failing in their bid to be crowned All-Ireland Club Champions Garrycastle are back in action this weekend as the first round of the senior club championship gets under way.
It’s semi-final time in the Westmeath senior and intermediate football championship with double headers scheduled for Cusack Park on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
Westmeath footballers will be hoping it’s a case of third time lucky when they take the field against Louth in Croke Park this Saturday evening at 7pm. Louth came out on top when the sides met in the championship last summer and again in the first round of this year’s league campaign.
If Carlsberg did league fixtures they couldn’t have organised it any better than the way this year’s final round of league games has panned out. There will be plenty of excitement and drama up and down the country this weekend as the final pieces in the promotion/relegation jigsaw are put together. Cusack Park, Mullingar will host the mouth-watering clash of old rivals Westmeath and Offaly in what is essentially a winner takes all contest. Whichever side wins gains promotion to division two, though a draw would also suffice for Offaly.