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Westmeath Ladies’ historic win captured in new book
Westmeath Ladies’ football team scooped the county’s first Intermediate football title this year, rounding off a historic journey that saw them win the All-Ireland, the NFL Division 4 title, and the Leinster title in a matter of months.
Date set for All-Ireland ladies replay
Westmeath and Cavan will go head to head again on October 9 with the TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Final down for decision at 4.15pm.
Think green when you plan your house, says owner of Mullingar’s first carbon negative home
It’s -10 outside, but inside, it’s 25 degrees; and there’s no heating switched on.
Westmeath u16s win Fr Manning Cup
Westmeath’s u16 footballers saw off the challenge of neighbours Roscommon in the final of the Fr Manning Cup. Played in winter-like conditions a Luke Loughlin hat trick played a big part in the win for the Lake County.
Redemption time as Westmeath face Antrim in Casement Park
Leaving Wexford Park after the debacle which condemned Westmeath to the qualifiers it was hard to be optimistic of our chances regardless of whom we would be pitted against in the qualifiers. The consensus was that no other county would mind playing us.
Leinster minor quarter final
Ray Gavin’s Westmeath minor side produced another inspired performance to see off the considerable challenge of neighbouring Offaly last Saturday. They have now claimed the scalps of Carlow, Laois, and Offaly (and were unlucky to lose out to Kilkenny by two points) and find themselves only one hour away from a first ever Leinster final appearance.
Westmeath hurlers managerless as Martin steps down
Westmeath hurling is in a bit of a crisis at present following Kevin Martin’s decision to step aside just weeks before they face Carlow in the Leinster championship. Martin took over as manager last year and guided the Lake County to its third Christy Ring title.
Winner takes all as Westmeath welcome Offaly to Cusack Park
If Carlsberg did league fixtures they couldn’t have organised it any better than the way this year’s final round of league games has panned out. There will be plenty of excitement and drama up and down the country this weekend as the final pieces in the promotion/relegation jigsaw are put together. Cusack Park, Mullingar will host the mouth-watering clash of old rivals Westmeath and Offaly in what is essentially a winner takes all contest. Whichever side wins gains promotion to division two, though a draw would also suffice for Offaly.
Tipperary to prove tough test for Lake County
Westmeath’s draw with Cavan last weekend may have ended their losing run which stretched to 15 consecutive league games but a much improved performance will be needed if we are to collect both points on offer in Semple Stadium on Sunday. With only a few minutes remaining Pat Flanagan’s men looked as though they were heading for a long overdue win, only for Cavan substitute Gearoid McKiernan to fire over a brace to secure the draw.