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Last chance saloon as senior and intermediate relegation battles down for decision

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The pressure is mounting ahead of this weekend’s relegation finals in Westmeath’s senior and intermediate championship. Athlone and Tubberclair will battle it out in Tang on Saturday evening at 6pm. At the same time in Rosemount Moate and Ballinagore go head to head for the right to retain their intermediate status.

Westmeath u21s cruise past Offaly

Westmeath u21 footballers progressed to the semi-final of the Leinster u21 championship at the expense of a disappointing Offaly outfit in a windswept Pairc Chiarain on Wednesday night. While the result was all that really mattered and Westmeath were always in control, it wasn’t the most convincing of performances.

Westmeath u21s face Offaly in Athlone

Following their impressive 1-15 to 1-5 win over Laois in the opening round, Westmeath u21 footballers now face neighbours Offaly this Wednesday (March 9) in Pairc Chiarain Athlone at 7.30pm.

The Downs too strong for Tubberclair

What a difference a year makes. This time last year The Downs were caught up in a relegation battle. Now they have a county semi-final clash with Mullingar Shamrocks to look forward to. Tubberclair were competing in intermediate twelve months ago but were seeking a place in the last four of the senior this time round.

Tubberclare hoping to nail down semi-final spot

Tubberclare are only 60 minutes away from a semi-final meeting with Mullingar Shamrocks.

Tubberclare through to knock-out stages

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Tubberclare earned the bragging rights and more importantly a place in the knock-out stages thanks to their two-point win over neighbours Maryland in Athlone last Saturday.

End of the road for Westmeath as Derry scrape through

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All Ireland SFC qualifier

Underdogs Maryland down the Saints

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Maryland 3-09

New rules but same old championship

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Athlone v Tubberclare (Tang, Saturday May 15, 7pm)

No major surprises in round one of senior championship

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Championship football often throws up its fair share of surprises but there were no major shocks to report after round one of the Shay Murtagh senior football championship. Athlone’s three point win over last year’s beaten finalists will have taken some by surprise but would hardly register as a shock. St Malachy’s came very close to pulling off a major upset over hot favourites Mullingar Shamrocks, losing out by a single point. Tubberclare marked their return to senior ranks with a one point win over Killucan while Castledaly and the Downs played out a draw. Meanwhile reigning champions Garrycastle got their title defence off to a winning start with three points to spare over Tyrrellspass.

 

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