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Lissoy Rose Aisling sets off for Tralee
“I’m such a lucky girl; I’m still in shock that I’m going to Tralee,” is the reaction of Westmeath Rose Aisling Baker to her participation in next week’s Rose of Tralee festival.
Redemption time for Westmeath minor hurlers and footballers
It’s last chance saloon time for the minor hurlers and footballers of Westmeath with both sides in action following their opening round defeats to Laois and Louth respectively. Both sets of players will be out to redeem themselves this time out.
Storming second half performance secures division two status
Crossmaglen show no mercy at second time of asking
Second best not an option as Garrycastle head to Croke Park
The clock is ticking. Before we know it the ball will be thrown in and the 2012 AIB All-Ireland final will be underway and if a new name will be on the silverware by full time remains to be seen.
Survival at stake as Westmeath welcome Monaghan to Cusack Park
Pat Flanagan has already made no secret of the fact that his side’s best chance of maintaining division two status is to win their home games. Not surprisingly then this Sunday’s game against Monaghan has to be seen as a six-pointer.
Westmeath u21s book semi-final berth
Ruthless Tyrone will take nothing for granted against Westmeath
Westmeath’s hard-fought and unlikely win over Galway was a timely and welcome morale booster for our much maligned senior squad. Along with the u21 mid-week success it will go some way toward erasing the negativity surrounding the squad and management team for the time being at least. Let’s face it, few (outside the squad themselves) gave them a prayer against the Tribesmen. Not to take from the home side’s great win but Galway themselves must surely have expected to win.
The fighting is over but the battle is only beginning for Westmeath footballers
The Westmeath footballers held a hugely successful fight night last Saturday week in The Mullingar Park Hotel to raise much needed money to fund their endeavours for the year ahead.
A-Z of the year that was 2011
A - Anthony Cunningham has had the sort of 2011 that any manager could only dream of. After steering his native Galway to u21 All-Ireland glory in September, the two time All-Ireland winner was announced as the new Galway senior hurling bainisteoir. He also found time to guide Garrycastle to a third county title on the trot en route to seeing his side become the first Westmeath club ever to win the AIB Leinster club championship. Not a bad year’s work.