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This weekend will see the first event for a charity in aid of a very ill girl, with a sponsored run from Drum to Athlone Castle tomorrow afternoon, August 31.
As county finals go this was quite bizarre. For two thirds of the game Garrycastle looked to be on course to collect their fourth Flanagan Cup on the trot without being asked too many questions. Never out of third gear and holding a 3-7 to 1-4 lead early in the second half the reigning champs could well be forgiven for thinking they had at least one hand on the cup.
With the final round of group games now out of the way the shape of the knock-out stage of the Westmeath club championship has become a lot clearer. Despite being held to a draw by Bunbrosna last weekend, reigning champions Garrycastle top division A to secure a semi-final berth. In division B St Loman’s win over Maryland saw both sides finish their campaign on eight points but the Saints progress directly to the semi-final on the head to head rule.
Garrycastle v Mattock Rangers, Cusack Park, Sunday 2.30pm
Reigning champions Garrycastle booked their place in the last four of this year’s competition at the expense of close neighbours Athlone in Hogan Park Moate on Saturday evening last.
NOVELIST, LYRICIST, singer, poet, raconteur, entertainer, and genuine colourful character, Julian Gough deserves the title Galway indie Renaissance man.
Last Saturday night up to 1,000 people witnessed Mayor Malcolm Noonan crown Mr Michael Costelloe, from Wallslough, King of The Castle following weeks of competing for the title.
A power-packed display from start to finish propelled Garrycastle into this year’s county decider in impressive fashion. This game had the potential to be the game of the championship but in truth, given its one-sided nature, it failed to live up to its billing.