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Westmeath Senior and U21 footballers face Royal battle

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Westmeath’s senior and U21 footballers both have crunch games this Saturday against near neighbours Meath. At 2pm our U21s welcome Meath to Mullingar to contest the Leinster quarter final. There is a 7.30pm throw-in in Pairc Tailteann for the third round of the National Football League.

Westmeath U21s hang on to set up quarter-final meeting with Meath

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Westmeath 1-6

Westmeath downed by Donegal as Armagh await

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Donegal 1-13

Donegal to provide stern test in league opener

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NFL ROUND 1

A new lake for the Lake County?

It looks like a compromise might have been reached in the vexed question of pumping Shannon water to feed the projected Dublin deficit with the suggestion this week of a holding reservoir in Derrygreenagh bog, just outside Rochfortbridge.

Our day in the sun proved dreams can be realised

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For the Kerrys, Dublins, and Tyrones of this world success is measured in all-Ireland titles. Provincial honours are little more than a stepping stone to greater things. It is hard to explain to somebody from the counties mentioned above exactly how much winning a first ever senior provincial title meant to the players and people of the Lake County.

Football feast in store this weekend

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There is a busy schedule in store for football followers in Westmeath this weekend, with a number of crunch ties down for decision in both the senior and intermediate grades. It is of course semi-final time in the senior championship, with a double header fixed for Cusack Park on Sunday. In the intermediate championship there are two intriguing quarter-final ties to be sorted, one under lights in St Lomans on Friday night, the second in Cusack park on Saturday.

Public to have say on lakeshore bylaws

A set of bylaws to regulate the use of Westmeath’s lakeshore areas is to be considered by councillors and put on public display in the coming months.

Westmeath hurlers exclusion from Leinster - a shameful decision

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What do the Government and the GAA have in common? Despite laying claim to protecting the most vulnerable and needy members of our society and sporting communities respectively, both have made decisions in recent weeks which will have drastic repercussions for those who are most deserving of protection.

Back to the disco days

Take a trip down memory lane next Friday at Christy Maye’s ‘Disc A Go Go’ charity night in aid of the North Westmeath Hospice and Fr Liam Hayes’ Argentinean orphanage.

 

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