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New €3.5m Cusack Park stand to be ready for 2016 championship

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After getting the go-ahead to build a new main stand at the county grounds, Westmeath’s county board chairman Sean Sheridan is confident it will be completed within two years.

Westmeath to take on Buenos Aires in novel hurling match

Aer Lingus in partnership with Etihad Airways, will host the first ever International Hurling Festival in Galway this September. As part of the festival, The Hurling Club of Buenos Aires will travel to Westmeath to play a Westmeath selection in Cusack Park, Mullingar on Tuesday September 17 at 6pm.

Green light for new Cusack Park could be secured before Christmas

Architects contracted by the county board to design the new €3.5m main stand at Cusack Park confirmed they could be applying for planning permission before this year’s county championship is completed.

Parade of Olympians planned for Mullingar

Westmeath County Council has confirmed it is to host a triumphal homecoming for both Mullingar Olympians - John Joe Nevin and Joseph Murphy - on Monday evening (August 13).

Coralstown/Kinnegad hoping to bounce back up to senior

The Westmeath intermediate championship final will see Castletown/Finea/Coole/Whitehall bid to upset the odds when they take to the field against hotly fancied Coralstown/Kinnegad in Cusack Park on Saturday at 4.45pm.

Leinster senior hurling championship

While they say one swallow doesn’t make a summer it is hard not to be enthused by the nature of this win over a fancied Carlow side. Without a win throughout the entire league and having parted company with manager Kevin Martin it is not surprising that most pundits had written off the Lakelanders chances.

Donegal to provide stern test in league opener

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Services and information open day in Mullingar Park Hotel

A services and information open day by Westmeath Disabilities will take place today, Friday December 5 from 11am to 5.30pm in the Mullingar Park Hotel.

Focus on inclusion in GAA programmes

Marking the 125th anniversary of the foundation of the GAA, councillors were brought up to speed on the development of Gaelic games in the county by club support officers Eddie Bouabse and James Heffernan at Monday’s meeting.

Westmeath fall short in thrilling Christy Ring Cup final

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Carlow 3-22

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