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Ladies football national league kicks off this weekend

The 2011 Bord Gais Energy Ladies Football National League kicks off on Sunday with Kilkenny hosting Westmeath in Urlingford. The sides last met in 2008 when the Cats had a one point win in the Leinster semi final but the girls from the Lake County reversed this result with a three point win a month later in the All-Ireland series. Westmeath struggled in the League last year to cope with the powerhouses of Cavan, Fermanagh and Waterford resulting in relegation to Division 4 where they will hope to be better matched with Kilkenny, Carlow, Offaly, Louth, Roscommon, Antrim and Derry.

When Christy Maye launched the disco era

In 1990 Christy Maye commemorated 25 years of disco music in Ireland, which all began with his own brainchild, ‘Disc A Go Go’ in 1965. Now, 20 years on again, Christy is still going strong.

All-Ireland crown for minor hurlers

Niall O’Brien was the hero of the day as his haul of 2-7 propelled Westmeath’s minor hurlers to their first All-Ireland B title since 1999. The Lake County men had three points to spare over Kildare on a scoreline of 2-12 to 1-12.

New sculpture placed in Mullingar Town Park

A new piece of sculpture which was commissioned by Westmeath County Council for the interior of the newly re developed Mullingar Town Park was installed this week.

Ducksy bows out at All-Ireland handball championships

Kilkenny handball legend Michael ‘Ducksy’ Walsh bowed out of the All-Ireland 60x30 Senior Singles championships when he lost to Westmeath young-gun, Robbie McCarthy 21-11, 21-19 following a weekend of exciting GAA handball action.

Ducksy remains in the running for championship honours

Kilkenny legend, Michael ‘Ducksy’ Walsh showed he still has what it takes to play at the top level when he saw off the challenge of Cavan’s Michael Finnegan after a well-earned victory in the GAA handball senior singles quarter-final on Saturday last.

Westmeath crowned Christy Ring champions

Westmeath hurlers have plenty to feel proud about this week having captured their third Christy Ring Cup, this time at the expense of a luckless Kerry. While winning this second tier competition is in itself something to celebrate the main prize on offer is a three year ticket to compete for the Liam McCarthy.

Gutsy performance restores pride and hope in maroon and white

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Westmeath 0-15

Perfect opportunity for Westmeath footballers to make a statement

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Leinster SFC

U21s inject hope as seniors slide continues

Timing, they say is everything. If ever Westmeath football needed a boost it is now. Having mixed it with the big boys and tasted a certain amount of success over the past decade, we are now experiencing leaner times. Relegated from Division 1 last year, we are now almost certain to be relegated to Division 3, having not picked up a point in this year’s league campaign to date. Down at home and Tipperary away are two tricky engagements that still have to be negotiated.


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