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Unbeaten Sarsfields prepare for onslaught from Loughgeil

Sarsfields will look to make in back-to-back All Ireland Senior Club Camogie titles on Saturday when they take on Loughgeil Shamrocks from Antrim at 6.30pm in Croke Park.

Westmeath GAA community prepare to savour medal presentation banquet

A social occasion like no other awaits the Westmeath GAA community in the Mullingar Park Hotel on Friday night as a medal presentation banquet, in recognition of the recent achievements of the county’s footballers and hurlers, takes pride of place.

Westmeath GAA stars to plant trees and help combat climate change

Two of Westmeath’s leading GAA stars have jetted off to Africa this week, in a bid to plant a million trees and raise awareness of the impact that climate change is having on some of the world’s most vulnerable people.

Westmeath GAA senior footballers complete Tailteann Trail relay initiative

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As a return to intercounty training awaits in late November, the Westmeath senior football panel united en masse on Sunday morning to complete the Tailteann Trail, members of the playing squad and management completing a sponsored relay on the greenway from Athlone to Kinnegad, realising funds for the Lake County’s team holiday to Mexico this month.

Walsh confirms Kilmacud Crokes request but says he will finish career with his local club

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Galway senior football star Shane Walsh has confirmed his request to join Dublin GAA Club Kilmacud Crokes.

Quest for Flanagan Cup success commences as South Westmeath clubs eye senior championship silverware

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The quest for Flanagan Cup success commenced this past weekend as local clubs contested their opening fixtures in the Westmeath senior football championship.

Successful conclusion to competitive season is the aspiration for Westmeath senior footballers

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A competitive season which commenced with a National Football League Division 3 victory over Wicklow in January will culminate in the surrounds of Croke Park on Saturday evening as Westmeath aim to become the inaugural winners of the Tailteann Cup.

Cooney seeking silverware success to replicate fond memories of proud Leinster championship occasion

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A selector in 2004 when Westmeath historically won their first Leinster senior football championship, Lake County manager, Jack Cooney, is aiming to replicate silverware success in Croke Park on Saturday afternoon in the Tailteann Cup final.


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