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Mixed fortunes for Westmeath hurlers and football players

Westmeath made an impressive start under new manager Colin Kelly when defeating Laois by 1-13 to 1-12 in the O'Byrne Cup at TEG Cusack Park last Sunday.

Mixed fortunes for Westmeath hurlers and footballers

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Despite suffering two Leinster Senior Hurling Championship Round Robin defeats, Westmeath still have a chance to advance to the quarter-finals in the province.

Mixed fortunes for Westmeath footballers and hurlers

Under pressure to avoid a third Allianz Football League relegation in a row, Westmeath face a tricky Division 3 assignment away to Limerick at the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday evening.

Lure of States back in vogue

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A friend of mine, who shall remain nameless, arrived at the door last Sunday morning. Looking a little worse for wear after celebrating breaking his own personal best in the increasingly popular triAthlone he declared that while he had never in his life been in America he was in some state last night.

Westmeath back to winning ways

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It wasn’t pretty but that won’t worry Pat Flanagan and co as he finally saw his Westmeath side secure a win for the first time since 2008. They say winning is a habit. Well so too is losing and one which Westmeath had become far too fond of.

Westmeath capable of getting league campaign off to a winning start

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Westmeath v Louth (Drogheda 2.30pm)

Oulart prove too strong for never-say-die Raharney

Leinster SHC semi-final

Coolderry could be too hot for Raharney

Having captured this year’s senior hurling title in dramatic style at the expense of Clonkill, Raharney face a difficult challenge when they entertain Offaly champions Coolderry this Sunday.

Late rally sees Raharney crowned county champs in thriller

Raharney 2-14    Clonkill 1-16

Raharney ready and rearing to rattle reigning champs

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Reigning champions Clonkill will be under no illusions about the serious challenge Raharney pose to their crown when the sides meet in this year’s decider. This is the second time in three years that the two clubs have met in the final and it was the men from Raharney who emerged on top two years ago.

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