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Shock as Foley steps down as GAA Chairman

There was widespread shock across the GAA community in Westmeath when it was learned this week that Billy Foley is to step down as County Board Chairman at the upcoming County Convention.

Westmeath ladies overcome Louth to reach All-Ireland Intermediate semi-final

Two goals in the opening five minutes of the second half were the crucial scores as Westmeath ladies senior football team overcame Louth to book their place in the All-Ireland Intermediate Football Championship semi-final.

Mullingar Celtic FC launch fundraiser in aid of Good2Talk Westmeath

Good2Talk Westmeath are one of the very many local charities whose fundraising projects have been decimated by the ongoing Covid crisis.

Greville bows out after extremely successful reign as camogie manager

Johnny Greville stepped down as Westmeath camogie manager after last Sunday’s defeat to Waterford in TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar.

Dublin outclass battling Westmeath to advance to Leinster semi-final

Westmeath produced a brave second half performance to keep things respectable against Dublin, in the Leinster Senior Football Quarter-Final at O’Moore Park, Portlaoise last Saturday evening.

Beth Carton excels for Waterford as Westmeath bow out of All-Ireland Camogie Championship

By Paul O’Donovan It was the end of an era for Westmeath camogie on Sunday last at TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar. Not alone were Westmeath...

Second successive McDonagh Cup defeat a major blow for Westmeath

By Paul O’Donovan Kerry: 2-19 Westmeath: 0-14 For the second week in a row the Westmeath senior hurlers turned in a below par performance and were comprehensively...

Westmeath preparing to face the mighty Dubs

The Westmeath senior footballers are gearing up for the biggest test of their lives as they face five-in-a-row All-Ireland winners Dublin, in the Leinster SFC quarter-final at O’Moore Park, Portlaoise next Saturday evening.

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