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New €3.5m Cusack Park stand to be ready for 2016 championship

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After getting the go-ahead to build a new main stand at the county grounds, Westmeath’s county board chairman Sean Sheridan is confident it will be completed within two years.

Comedy Cocktails @ Róisín Dubh

NEW ZEALAND comic Danny Dowling will lead a night of laughter at the Róisín Dubh at the Comedy Cocktails Standup Showcase.

Athlone to host European GAA football finals

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Westmeath’s largest flagship event of The Gathering - the European Gaelic Football Championship finals - was launched this week at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) in front of an august selection of guests.

Green light for new Cusack Park could be secured before Christmas

Architects contracted by the county board to design the new €3.5m main stand at Cusack Park confirmed they could be applying for planning permission before this year’s county championship is completed.

Westmeath minor championship win rocked by racial abuse in Meath

Despite evidence of racial abuse and gestures made in last weekend’s ugly Leinster minor semi-final win in Navan, Westmeath’s county board has refused to comment on the incident prior to a disciplinary hearing in Portlaoise last night [Thursday July 11].

Westmeath minor championship win marred by racial abuse in Meath

Despite evidence of racial abuse and gestures made in last weekend’s ugly Leinster minor semi-final win in Navan, Westmeath’s county board has refused to comment on the incident prior to a disciplinary hearing in Portlaoise last night [Thursday July 11].

The genius comedy of Terry Alderton

THE RÓISÍN Dubh will celebrate its ninth birthday in style when the award winning comedian Terry Alderton takes to the stage of the Dominick Street venue next week.

Westmeath Gathering events now approaching 100

The Gathering in Westmeath got a little closer after the year-long celebration of Irishness was officially launched in the Atrium of the county buildings last week (January 31) by the national co-ordinator, Jim Miley.

Róisín Dubh Comedy presents Foil, Arms and Hog

Foil, Arms and Hog’s blend of bizarre, ridiculous and surreal sketches have made them one of the country’s most popular ensembles. The all-male, three piece, Dublin based, cymbal smashing sketch group are now an established act at festivals around Ireland and the UK.

You havin’ a laugh?

Jarlath Regan, the new face of RTÉ’s The Panel and the fastest rising star of Irish comedy, plays The Comedy Club at Cuba* tomorrow. The Irish Times has called him a “comic genius”. Support is from Bob Hennigan and Marty D. Gerry Mallon is the MC. Tickets are available in advance at Bar 903, The Cellar Bar, and at the door which opens at 8.30pm.

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