Defensive challenge for Westmeath ahead of Leinster Championship  

The absence of Jamie Gonoud for the upcoming Leinster Senior Football Championship against Laois is undoubtedly a significant blow for Westmeath manager, Jack Cooney,...

Joe Schmidt recalls his ‘Marvellous Mullingar Memories’

By Paul O’Donovan You could have heard a pin drop as Joe Schmidt got up on stage to speak, such is the honour and reverence...

Winning is a habit for Egan

By Paul O’Donovan When Westmeath footballers won the Allianz League Division 3 Cup in Croke Park last Saturday evening, it was the second trophy the...

Hurlers bidding to end long wait for promotion

Westmeath hurling manager Joe Quaid makes Kerry the favourites going into this weekend’s National Hurling League Division 2A final. By Paul O’Donovan The final will be...

Martin rues missed chances

By Paul O’Donovan Westmeath football captain Kieran Martin rued his side’s missed chances to claim victory against Down in Newry last Saturday. After the game...

Lake County’s team expenses head towards €1m mark

Westmeath GAA’s County Convention, which took place in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Athlone last Sunday, was largely dominated by discussions on the financial challenges...

Intriguing Mullingar derby awaits

By Damien Maher The first ever all-Mullingar County Final will take place next Sunday and defending champions St Loman’s Mullingar are putt­ing their title on...

Westmeath ready to adapt as Cooney takes reins

by Paul O’Donovan New Westmeath senior football manager, Jack Cooney will not be focusing on a particular style of football and feels players have to...

All-Ireland final snub forces McGrath to resign

Top Westmeath referee, James McGrath was controversially overlooked for any part in next Sunday’s All-Ireland senior hurling final between Galway and Limerick, despite a...

Carew and Greville linked with Westmeath vacancies

By Paul O’Donovan Former Sligo manager Niall Carew is believed to be the early front runner for the Westmeath senior football manager’s position. Following...

Westmeath football in crisis as Kelly resigns

Westmeath GAA are on the hunt for a new senior football manager after Louth’s Colin Kelly resigned last Saturday following just one year at...

Mullingar man bound for European Championships

Beautiful Italy is the destination for Mullingar’s Finian Farrell next week as he prepares to represent Ireland at the 10th European Transplant & Dialysis Sports...

Westmeath Camogie side aiming to win Division 2 title this Sunday

PREVIEW – LITTLEWOODS IRELAND CAMOGIE LEAGUES DIVISION 2 FINAL   Sunday April 29 Cork v Westmeath St Lachtain’s GAA, Freshford, Co Kilkenny Throw-in: 2.00pm Referee: John McDonagh (Galway)   Westmeath senior camogie...

Dramatic Grand National victory for O’Leary’s star

By Damien Maher The diminutive Tiger Roll confounded his doubters to win last Saturday’s Aintree Grand National in a dramatic photo finish, defiantly staying ahead...

TEG Cusack Park in doubt for double-header

Heavy snow during last week’s ‘Beast from the East’ and Storm Emma weather event took its toll on all sporting events in West- meath,...

“Our toughness and ability will drive us on” says Wallace

By Damien Maher Having waited 61 years to win a trophy, Multyfarnham are on the verge of All-Ireland glory and their remarkable journey will take...

Westmeath champions’ clean bill of health ahead of Leinster final

By Damien Maher St Loman’s are facing into next Sunday’s Leinster Club Senior Football Final at O’Moore Park, Portlaoise (2pm) with a virtual clean bill...

GAA President launches Clonkill GAA history book

By Damien Maher Clonkill Chairman, Jimmy Cribbin welcomed the gathering of approximately 400 people to the impressive Loughegar clubhouse last Thursday evening and he had...

Kelly seeking Westmeath coaches to join back room team

By Damien Maher New Westmeath senior football manager Colin Kelly is keen to promote an aggressive attacking style as he begins the task of leading...

‘We need a big performance for sixty minutes’ – Fiona Leavy

By Paul O’Donovan Fiona Leavy has been playing both football and camogie with Westmeath for more years than she cares to remember, but that is...