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Heartbreak for Mullingar boys in Leinster final

Mullingar side, Coláiste Mhuire suffered a heartbreaking defeat against Dublin opposition, Coláiste Eoin, in the Leinster Juvenile Football ‘A’ final at a rain soaked...

Castlepollard battle through the snow to capture North Leinster title

In conditions that were quite simply appalling, the senior hurlers of Castlepollard Community College saw off a brave effort from St Peter’s Dunboyne to...

Footballers see off Laois with heart-warming win

The mercury was barely above freezing, but for Westmeath’s long-suffering supporters, it felt a good deal warmer at Cusack Park last Sunday as the...

Westmeath aiming for winning start against Laois

The return of John Heslin is one of the biggest positives for Westmeath ahead of their crucial meeting with Laois in the first round...

Dedication and commitment the key to Carr’s tennis success

When most people were relaxing over the Christmas holidays, taking a break from work and sitting back watching the television, for one young Mullingar...

Galway coast home in the end against battling Westmeath

Galway: 1-21 Westmeath: 0-16 A battling performance from Westmeath fell short against a physically superior Galway outfit, in an entertaining Walsh Cup hurling clash at wintry...

Oliver was a tremendous servant to Mullingar Athletic FC

It was with great sadness that the people of Mullingar, and in particular the members of Mullingar Athletic FC, learned of the death of...

Joyce aiming to win battle of the Olympians

By Paul O’Donovan Speaking to Topic this week, Johnny Joyce, who defeated Wayne Kelly from Ballynacargy in the semi-final last Friday said, “I had a...

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