Search Results for 'John Heslin'
56 results found.
The penultimate round of Westmeath senior football championship group phase fixtures throw in this weekend as aspirations of Flanagan Cup success continue to sharpen into focus for club players and management.
Amid sweltering playing conditions, Westmeath exited the Leinster senior football championship on Sunday afternoon last, but will rue a missed opportunity to advance to the provincial showpiece fixture, failing to capitalise on numerous second half chances which, if scored, would most certainly have secured a final bow with Dublin.
Scoring 25 points in a competitive contest usually results in a positive outcome but alas, for the Westmeath senior footballers, the achieving of such a scoring feat was to no avail on Saturday in Pairc Ui Chaoimh as hosts, Cork, condemned the visitors to the third tier of national league football.
WESTMEATH 1-9 DOWN 0-13
As the old cliché goes, games are for winning and Mayo did that, just about.
WESTMEATH 2-12 MAYO 0-21
For the second week in a row Mayo kicked 21 points and picked up two points, but it was a far more difficult assignment than the faced seven days previously against Down.
MEATH 0-16 WESTMEATH 0-15
GAA history will be made on the double on 27 February when the association’s annual congress will be staged remotely for the first time.
Division status retained, Westmeath concluded their Allianz National Football League campaign in Newbridge on Saturday afternoon, a five point loss to Kildare ensuring that the glimmer of promotion hope was erased come the shrill of the final whistle.