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No joy for Westmeath clubs in Leinster championship

Last weekend saw no fewer than three Westmeath clubs in action in the Leinster club championship but unfortunately all three came up against better opposition and duly bowed out of contention.

Caulry capable of lifting intermediate football title

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Westmeath IFC Final

All-Ireland and Christy Ring winners for hurling/shinty internationals

The GAA has announced the squads that have been selected for the under 21 and senior hurling/shinty internationals against Scotland on Saturday next, October 18. The senior international takes place in Nowlan Park, Kilkenny at 3 pm, while the under 21 will be held in Durrow, Co Laois at 12 noon.

All-Ireland and Christy Ring winners for hurling/shinty internationals

The GAA has announced the squads that have been selected for the under 21 and senior hurling/shinty internationals against Scotland on Saturday next, October 18. The senior international takes place in Nowlan Park, Kilkenny at 3 pm, while the under 21 will be held in Durrow, Co Laois at 12 noon.

Mayo see off Westmeath with ease

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Mayo 1-13

Lakelanders’ bid to Foyle Oakleaf County

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Westmeath face a difficult challenge this weekend as they travel north to take on reigning league champions Derry in Ballinascreen at 2.30pm on Sunday. Having lost the opening round against Galway, an away win would be a welcome tonic to O’Flatharta’s men. Derry had two points to spare over Mayo in their first round clash and will not want to go down in their first home game of the season.

Out of the frying pan and into the fire as Westmeath welcome Tyrone

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Nobody said it was going to be easy, and so far at least, division one certainly hasn’t been easy for the footballers of Westmeath. With three rounds played they are still seeking their first points of the campaign and are left propping up the table.

All systems go for Westmeath u21s and seniors

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It may be only the month of March but this weekend is surely going to be one of the most important ones for the footballers of Westmeath for this calendar year. On Saturday afternoon (Parnell Park, 2pm) our highly rated u21 side take on Dublin in the Leinster semi-final. The prize, a mouthwatering clash with Laois in the Leinster final. What a prospect that would be.

Relegation confirmed for footballers but hurlers’ fate still in their own hands

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The writing was on the wall for quite some time now, but last weekend’s home defeat to Donegal confirmed Westmeath’s return to division two of the National Football League for 2010. Meanwhile a disappointing defeat to Carlow last weekend means that our hurlers face an uphill battle to remain in division two, with two games remaining.

 

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