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Luck deserts Westmeath as Louth snatch late winner

That most important element which even the best prepared and most successful teams need, a sprinkling of luck, was the only thing missing from Westmeath’s performance against Louth in Pairc Tailteann, Navan last Sunday.

Make or break as Westmeath welcome Derry to town

Westmeath v Derry (Cusack Park, Sunday, 2.30pm)

Westmeath taught a Royal lesson

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Meath 0-17

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.

Last chance saloon as senior and intermediate relegation battles down for decision

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The pressure is mounting ahead of this weekend’s relegation finals in Westmeath’s senior and intermediate championship. Athlone and Tubberclair will battle it out in Tang on Saturday evening at 6pm. At the same time in Rosemount Moate and Ballinagore go head to head for the right to retain their intermediate status.

End of the road for Westmeath as Derry scrape through

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All Ireland SFC qualifier

Gutsy performance restores pride and hope in maroon and white

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Perfect opportunity for Westmeath footballers to make a statement

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Leinster SFC

Make or break as Westmeath welcome Laois to town

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After a double U21 and senior clash with Meath last week, it is now the turn of another old foe, Laois, to come to town. First our seniors welcome the O’Moore men to Cusack Park for a make or break Division 2 game on Sunday at 2.30pm. Then on St Patrick’s Day it’s the turn of the U21s from both counties to contest the Leinster semi-final. What a treat of football on our doorstep at this early stage of the year.

Who will be King of the Castle?

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After all the huffing and puffing and belting and skelping 12 teams have finally been whittled down to two to contest the Shay Murtagh Westmeath senior football championship final.


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