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Fermanagh 1-13 Westmeath 0-7
A gutsy 0-16 to 2-9 opening round win over Louth last Sunday was the perfect start to the new season for Pat Flanagan’s side who look well placed to collect another valuable brace of league points when they make the short journey to Pearse Park, Longford this Sunday.
Not again. That is surely the feeling expressed by both sets of players and indeed supporters when Louth and Westmeath were drawn against each other, yet again, for the first round of the qualifiers. This will be the seventh time in the past two years that the sides have met with the score standing 6-0 to the men from the Wee County. Even though Louth have made a habit of coming out on top there has never been very much between the sides.
The Westmeath footballers held a hugely successful fight night last Saturday week in The Mullingar Park Hotel to raise much needed money to fund their endeavours for the year ahead.
A fashion show in aid of Irish Autism Action and TEAM (Temporary Emergency Accommodation Mullingar) will mark the opening of the Spirit of Mullingar charity festival on Thursday May 12 in the Greville Arms Hotel. The event will kick off with a Sex and the City cocktail reception from 7.30pm and will be followed by the main event just after 8pm, with no fewer than 20 local fashion outlets taking part.
Westmeath v Louth (Drogheda 2.30pm)
This Sunday Westmeath have their first outing in what will undoubtedly be a testing league campaign, when they welcome Galway to Cusack Park.
Galway 2-9 Westmeath 1-10
After a hiatus of a couple of weeks it is back to the cut and thrust of the National Football League for John O’Mahony and his charges this Sunday. Westmeath are making the trip to Charlestown for the all ticket encounter which has been limited to a capacity of 3,000 as Mayo continue to play their games away from McHale Park as redevelopment works continue apace in the Castlebar ground.