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Inspiring Teresa ‘doing it for her donor’ as she goes for gold in Perth

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An inspiring Galway grandmother who was recently widowed and who received a kidney transplant 22 years ago could be forgiven for putting up her feet and taking it easy, but that’s not the ethos of driven Teresa Smyth from Dunmore.

Much needed brace of National League points as Westmeath make welcome return to winning ways

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No Cusack Park comforts for Westmeath as Cavan claim deserved brace of league points

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Not the hoped for result as Westmeath returned to Allianz National Football League Division 3 action in TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar, on Sunday afternoon, Cavan gaining a modicum of revenge for their Tailteann Cup Final defeat to the Lake County in July of last year.

Moran produces storming run in The Fields of Athenry 10k

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In the 21st edition of the famous The Fields of Athenry 10k race, organised by local club Athenry AC on St Stephen's Day, Ellen Moran of GCH returned to action with a storming run to take victory in the women's event.

Galway trio head to Turin for European Cross Country

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Thomas McStay of Galway City Harriers travels to Turin, Italy this weekend to compete as part of a strong Irish U23 team at the European Cross-Country Championships.

Athenry FC adds another trophy after league cup win

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Athenry FC celebrated a super victory at the Kells Blackwater tournament in Co Meath.

Athlone native promoted to Charlton Athletic men’s first team coaching staff as career progresses

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Athlone native, Anthony Hayes, has been promoted to the Charlton Athletic FC men’s first team coaching staff, the South East London club confirmed this week.

Outpouring of collective emotion just rewards for Croke Park heroics - Cooney

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Deservedly absorbing the magnitude of Westmeath’s historic victory in Croke Park on Saturday, team manager, Jack Cooney, spoke to the Athlone Advertiser on Monday morning, as he recalled the weekend celebrations upon the county’s Tailteann Cup success.

Successful conclusion to competitive season is the aspiration for Westmeath senior footballers

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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.


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