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The business end of the senior football championship has arrived with the two semi-finals down for decision this weekend.
Cusack Park plays host to an attractive double-header this Saturday with our footballers in action against Fermanagh at 3pm in round one of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers followed by the meeting of Westmeath and Waterford in the hurling qualifiers.
Round four of the Westmeath club championship is down for decision this weekend and things are hotting up in the race to secure a place in the knock-out stages. Before I take a closer look at the upcoming action I want to get my, by now annual, rant out of the way.
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.
The opening round of games of this year’s Shay Murtagh Precast Westmeath senior football club championship took place last weekend and there were plenty of talking points not least of which was Tyrrellspass’ draw with beaten all-Ireland finalists Garrycastle.
We decided last Sunday for a change of scenery to travel out the Curragh line and cut across via Belclare to Tuam Stadium rather than the usual N17 route, for the FBD clash between NUIG and Galway.
Westmeath SFC final (Sunday 3.30pm, Cusack Park)
With the final round of group games in this year’s Shay Murtagh SFC down for decision this weekend there are a host of intriguing contests on the cards. Come Sunday evening the line-up for this year’s knock-out stages will be sorted out.