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Despite a determined display, Westmeath Ladies footballers suffered a Leinster final defeat, 2-12 to 0-11, against Dublin at Netwatch Cullen Park on Sunday.
Making an impact in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship qualifier group is Westmeath’s seasonal ambition so Sunday’s match at Cusack Park, Mullingar against Carlow promises to be interesting.
Last year’s Christy Ring Cup winners will be calling into McHale Park for a visit on Sunday afternoon as Christy Phillips’ Mayo senior hurling side look to put together back to back wins. Mayo will go into Sunday’s game boosted on the back of impressive scoring haul of 4-16 in last weekend’s victory against Armagh in the same venue.
The Galway hurlers are back up the motorway again this weekend when they head to Parnell Park on Saturday to take on Dublin in the Walsh Cup semi-final (2pm).
Westmeath’s minor hurlers and footballers were both in action in the past week in the backdoor section of the Leinster championship. Carlow provided the opposition in both codes and after two tight encounters it was a case of one apiece as Carlow took the hurling spoils and The Lakelanders scraped through in the football.
St Kieran’s College put their Provincial and All-Ireland titles on the line as they square up to north Dublin College on Saturday.
Dublin’s All-Ireland winning captain Brian Cullen comes to Kilkenny this Sunday afternoon, when his club Skerries Harps play the Kilkenny senior football champions Muckalee in the Leinster Club Championship in Canon Kearns Park.
Kilkenny intermediate champions Danesfort take on Carlow senior champions Mount Leinster Rangers in Nowlan Park in what looks like a fairly even contest.
The big surprise last weekend in the Cooper Hurling Championship came in Kenny Park with Turloughmore’s impressive and well-deserved 3-13 to 1-11 victory over All-Ireland champions Clarinbridge.
This weekend is one of vital importance for all involved in Westmeath hurling, with both the seniors and minors in championship action. On Saturday evening at 7pm our highly rated minor team take on neighbours Offaly in Tullamore in the Leinster quarter-final. On Sunday all attention will be focused on Dr Cullen Park where the seniors face Carlow in a difficult opening game.