One of the things to strike Westmeath coach Michael Walsh about the county's hurlers was their attitude, according to the man himself.
Westmeath captain Ger Egan feels that if they are to have any chance against Dublin in the Leinster SFC final, they must believe.
Westmeath manager Tom Cribbin has laid the blame for his charges most recent relegation in the league firmly at his own feet.
This year will marks the 27th Anniversary of the Gerry Reilly Memorial U-16 Inter-County Football Tournament played in July every year.
James Dolan says Westmeath are bettered prepared this year for the challenge of facing Dublin in the Leinster final.
Nine counties are represented on our football team of the week...
St Lomans and Athlone played out a thriller in Páirc Chiarán on Friday evening last in the Junior Championship.
Due to the success of our first year 50/50 draws,this monthly draw limited to 200 members is being renewed for another year,
Are you a genius or a bluffer when it comes to what happened at the weekend?
A stirring second half comeback gave Athlone a share of the spoils in their top of the table Junior Championship clash with St Loman's Mullingar in Páirc Chiaráin
Well done to Karen Hegarty and panellists Tara Fagan and Niamh Spellman on their Leinster Ladies Football championship victory against Laois
The Dubs were back in the familiar surroundings of Croker yesterday...
"You need to be satisfied [with the result] from a Dublin man's perspective. A 10 point win over Meath any day is a good day in the office."
Tom Cribbin has admitted that yesterday's Leinster SFC semi-final was the toughest game of his managerial career.
Congratulations to Westmeath GAA and victory over Kildare in Leinster Semi Final.
The Juniors collected two more championship points from this home game against Tyrrellspass last Friday.
Congratulations to Westmeath GAA and victory over Kildare in Leinster Semi Final
Ballinagore were back in championship action last Thursday evening when we traveled to play Na Fianna in Glasnevin.
It may not have been the best game of football and at times it was quite hard to watch but the end result is that Westmeath Senior Footballers have qualified for the Leinster final for the second year in succession.
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.
For the 2nd Championship game in a row St. Pauls made the trip to Shandonagh to take on St. Josephs in Round 4 of the Championship on Friday evening last