Championship games will be all-ticket affairs

As Westmeath GAA prepares for championship football and hurling in the coming weeks, people’s safety is being set as the top priority and for that reason entry to all championship matches will be by ticket only.

Club Focus: Garrycastle’s progress since 1981 is a shining example to all

It has been in existence for less than four decades, but already the Garrycastle GAA Club has left an indelible mark on Westmeath GAA, producing some very talented footballers and enjoying much success in the process.

Club Focus: St Oliver Plunkett’s keeping alive a great tradition of hurling

Hurling has been alive and well in Mullingar since the early 1900s but the present St Oliver Plunkett’s Hurling Club was formed as recently as 1976, following the demise of the previous stand bearers, Pearses.

Club Focus: Athlone will be bidding to add to their impressive tally of titles

Over the years, many may have laid claim to the title of the most successful football club in Westmeath, but there is absolutely no arguing that it belongs to the Athlone GAA Club, who have won a record 20 Senior Football Championships in their time.