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The Westmeath senior, intermediate, and junior football championships have snuck up without much fuss or hype. There are plenty of interesting tussles down for decision this weekend.
The fifth, and final, round of group games in the senior football championship are down for decision this weekend. The outcome of each of the six scheduled games will be eagerly awaited as some clubs bid to secure a direct passage to the semi-final, others to gain a place in the knockout stages and yet others battle to avoid a dreaded relegation dogfight.
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.
There was plenty of drama and a few surprises too as a full schedule of round three games were played in the Westmeath senior football championship last weekend. While Maryland made it three wins out of three in group B and Tyrrellspass and Garrycastle recorded important wins in division A, the big winners from the weekend were Bunbrosna and St Malachy’s.
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.
Just three weeks after failing in their bid to be crowned All-Ireland Club Champions Garrycastle are back in action this weekend as the first round of the senior club championship gets under way.
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.
It’s semi-final time in the Westmeath senior and intermediate football championship with double headers scheduled for Cusack Park on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
Not many could have seen this result coming. Kinnegad made it to the semi-final stage last year, and under Colm Coyle it was hoped they might push on and challenge for silverware this year.
Round four of the Shay Murtagh SFC threw up a number of surprises last weekend. The two biggest surprises were undoubtedly Coralstown/Kinnegad’s victory over Athlone and Killucan’s 10 point winning margin over Maryland.