Search Results for 'Jack Cooney'
52 results found.
The Westmeath senior football management team has been finalised with the addition of former Dublin All-Ireland medal winner, Jason Sherlock, a major boost to Des Dolan’s ambitions as he aims to successfully navigate his maiden season at the Lake County helm.
To much shock within the Westmeath GAA community, Jack Cooney has departed his role as as senior football manager.
Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr Aengus O’Rourke, has lauded the historic achievements of the Lake County senior footballers following their merited success over Cavan in the Tailteann Cup final in Croke Park on Saturday.
Deservedly absorbing the magnitude of Westmeath’s historic victory in Croke Park on Saturday, team manager, Jack Cooney, spoke to the Athlone Advertiser on Monday morning, as he recalled the weekend celebrations upon the county’s Tailteann Cup success.
Should the Westmeath senior footballers achieve their aspirations on Saturday evening in Croke Park, the honour of being the inaugural captain to raise the Tailteann Cup aloft will be bestowed upon Caulry club player, Kevin Maguire.
A competitive season which commenced with a National Football League Division 3 victory over Wicklow in January will culminate in the surrounds of Croke Park on Saturday evening as Westmeath aim to become the inaugural winners of the Tailteann Cup.
Cooney seeking silverware success to replicate fond memories of proud Leinster championship occasion
A selector in 2004 when Westmeath historically won their first Leinster senior football championship, Lake County manager, Jack Cooney, is aiming to replicate silverware success in Croke Park on Saturday afternoon in the Tailteann Cup final.
When Westmeath step on to the hallowed Croke Park surface on Saturday it will be the team’s fourth fixture in the inaugural Tailteann Cup competition, a journey to this showpiece occasion which commenced with a three point victory over Laois in O’Moore Park, on May 29.