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Following two consecutive Allianz Football League relegations, Kieran Martin is adamant that Westmeath can launch a successful promotion bid from Division Four in 2017.
Westmeath’s Championship campaign was ended at the Round 4B qualifiers stage following an eventful encounter against Mayo at Croke Park on Saturday evening.
It will be 501 days since Stephen Rochford stepped out on to the field in Croke Park and raised his arms in celebration after guiding Corofin to glory in the All Ireland Senior Club Championship on Saturday. Tomorrow will mark his return to GAA headquarters as a manager, this time with the hopes of a whole county resting on his and his players' shoulders.
It is game five of Mayo's 2016 championship campaign as we travel to Croke Park to take on Westmeath tomorrow afternoon. I know some are giving out about the choice of venue but I love going to Croke Park, you never get sick of the place and the fact there is a double header along with Donegal and Cork makes it all the more appealing.
Westmeath produced a brilliant second-half burst to secure a place in a second successive Leinster SFC final when defeating Kildare, 1-12 to 1-11, at Croke Park last Sunday.
It went the distance, but in the end Westmeath were celebrating a stirring Leinster SFC quarter-final win over neighbours Offaly at Cusack Park, Mullingar, last Sunday.
Retaining Allianz Football League Division Three status will be the aim for Westmeath next Sunday when facing a difficult clash at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park against Longford.
Encouraged by a satisfactory Championship campaign, Westmeath footballers will be keen to develop further in 2016.