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End of the road for Westmeath as Derry scrape through

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All Ireland SFC qualifier

Difficult test as Derry come to town

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Westmeath welcome Derry to Mullingar for round two of the qualifiers on Saturday at 5pm. After the disappointment of the Louth defeat Pat Flanagan’s men will be hoping to get back to winning ways. Home advantage is an obvious plus but Derry will be a tough nut to crack and will deservedly wear the favourites tag.

Opportunity missed but still plenty to play for

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Leinster SFC semi-final

Roscommon hoping to book place in Connacht final

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Roscommon footballers will enjoy the benefit of home advantage when they take on neighbours Leitrim this Sunday in the Connacht semi-final. The prize on offer is a date with either Sligo or Galway in the Connacht final. That semi-final will take place in Pearse Stadium on Sunday week, the same day as Westmeath are in action against Louth.

Westmeath hurlers reach Christy Ring Cup final

Gutsy performance restores pride and hope in maroon and white

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Westmeath 0-15

Perfect opportunity for Westmeath footballers to make a statement

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Leinster SFC

Minors limp out while seniors show improved form

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Leinster MFC

D- day for U21 footballers

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This Easter weekend is of pivotal importance in the young football careers of the U21s from both Westmeath and Roscommon. Both counties will contest their respective provincial finals at a time when football in each county is crying out for a lift. To win on Sunday would further enhance the growing reputation already being forged by quite a few representatives of each side and offer hope of better days to come at senior level in the future.

U21s inject hope as seniors slide continues

Timing, they say is everything. If ever Westmeath football needed a boost it is now. Having mixed it with the big boys and tasted a certain amount of success over the past decade, we are now experiencing leaner times. Relegated from Division 1 last year, we are now almost certain to be relegated to Division 3, having not picked up a point in this year’s league campaign to date. Down at home and Tipperary away are two tricky engagements that still have to be negotiated.

 

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