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Much needed brace of National League points as Westmeath make welcome return to winning ways
WESTMEATH 4-16 LONGFORD 0-9
True tide of maroon and white emotion as Westmeath claim historic Tailteann Cup success
A tide of maroon and white emotion continues to envelop the county as the Westmeath senior footballers, management and supporters savour and embrace the memories being created following Tailteann Cup success in Croke Park on Saturday last.
Successful conclusion to competitive season is the aspiration for Westmeath senior footballers
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.
Route to Croke Park - Westmeath’s journey to Tailteann Cup Final
When Westmeath step on to the hallowed Croke Park surface on Saturday it will be the team’s fourth fixture in the inaugural Tailteann Cup competition, a journey to this showpiece occasion which commenced with a three point victory over Laois in O’Moore Park, on May 29.
Enticing local derby in prospect as Westmeath senior footballers make progress to Tailteann Cup semi-final
Tailteann Cup quest continues as Westmeath venture to Carlow seeking semi-final berth
The quest for Tailteann Cup silverware continues for the Westmeath senior footballers, a hard earned three point victory over perennial championship rivals, Laois, securing a quarter final berth in a competition which is gaining further traction as it progresses towards the latter stages.
Brace of league points for Westmeath as sights turn towards Laois fixture
WESTMEATH 1-16 WICKLOW 2-8
Relegation woe for Westmeath as thoughts turn towards Leinster championship
Scoring 25 points in a competitive contest usually results in a positive outcome but alas, for the Westmeath senior footballers, the achieving of such a scoring feat was to no avail on Saturday in Pairc Ui Chaoimh as hosts, Cork, condemned the visitors to the third tier of national league football.