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Slick Westmeath forwards put Longford to the sword

Impressive Westmeath produced a wonderful to display to deny Longford in the opening round of the All-Ireland Intermediate Ladies Football Championship, at Our Lady Of Lourdes Park, Mullahoran, Co. Cavan, last Saturday afternoon.

Mullingar’s Tumelo Tlou helps Athlone Town FC to reach last four of FAI Cup

Former Mullingar Athletic player Tumelo Tlou was part of the Athlone Town FC team that caused a major shock when beating Premier Division Shelbourne to reach the semi-finals of the FAI Cup.

Jordan Dempsey hoping for a 2020 Silverstone win

Jordan Dempsey, the young Mullingar man who won the world’s largest Formula Four motor racing event, the Walter Hayes Trophy at Silverstone this time...

Gritty victory worth a lot to The Downs

The stadium was empty, but The Downs made the most noise at TEG Cusack Park last Sunday where their senior footballers edged out defending champions Garrycastle to reach the semi-final for the second year running.

Intriguing Westmeath football championships get under way

After many months of hoping, guessing and anticipating, the Westmeath football championships are finally set to begin next weekend and there are some major games down for decision in the new-look Westmeath Senior Football Championship.

Dempsey’s dynamos defy the odds to win first Leinster title

During his 21 years at St Joseph’s Secondary School, Luke Dempsey must have thought he’d seen it all, but last Friday’s historic victory in the Br Bosco Cup final at Bord na Móna O’Connor Park, Tullamore represents a new milestone.

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.

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