St Lomans progressed to the latter stages of the Feis Cup with a win in Garrycastle on Saturday evening last
It's been a memorable few days for the Carr family.
Westmeath senior hurling championship winners, Clonkill, retained the Kilskyre Hurling 7's competition last Saturday.
LOTTO DRAW Sunday May 29th in Fitzgerald's Lounge. No Winner of Lucky Numbers 04 10 11 20
Test your knowledge of a hectic weekend of GAA action.
A controversial late penalty proved to be the crucial score as Athlone's Junior Men's team were defeated by St Paul's of Clonmellon in this Division 4 encounter played in Páirc Chiaráin
We are due to play Mullingar Shamrocks on Wednesday 1st June in Springfield, throw in at 7.30, all support greatly appreciated.
Did Joe Brolly go too far with his criticism of Kieran McGeeney's approach to management?
Wednesday 25th May 2016 will certainly live long in the memory of Westmeath Hurling Supporters as the County Under 21 team made a major statement with their fabulous 1-11 to 0-12 victory over Kilkenny at TEG Cusack Park.
All club issues were put into perspective early last week when the sad and shocking news broke of the sudden death of Tony White of Creggan Upper at the age of 47.
"There's some people who will use it for personal steps but we're not too far away."
On Saturday evening last, we played our near neighbours Ballinacarigy in the first round of this year's Intermediate Cup.
Playing in Division 2 was never going to be easy and with injuries, examinations, retirements, transfers and disinterest it has become even more challenging; on some evenings fielding is the achievement
8th of May 2016 No's Drawn 4,11, 19,26
It was a quiet week on the football scene with no games.
Congratulations to Rosemount National School who defeated Loughegar in the Cumann Na mBunscoil final last week.
Our annual family fun day is on this coming Sunday the 5th in the pitch.
On Tuesday evening our Junior Hurlers took to the field in Delvin in their opening championship outing against Clonkill.
The "Little Pauls" nursery runs every Saturday morning at 10am at the club grounds where the "stars of tomorrow" are taught the skills of our game in a fun filled and safe environment and is open to boys and girls ages 4 to 6.
Best of luck to all Moate All White players and members who are about to undertake their leaving cert or Junior Cert exams.
Notes as of 29th May 2016
The numbers drawn last weekend were 5, 16, 19 and 21.