St Lomans club notes

October 07, 2019

County Final Countdown:

The Countdown to the County Final is on! Six days until we battle it out with Garrycastle for the right to be Westmeath Senior Champions. This is a huge period of success for the club, reaching our 5th Final in as many years. To celebrate this we are running a competition! We are challenging all our supporters to get their colours out. We’re looking for the best snaps of your flags, bunting etc. at home, at work or whatever it may be…  As long as it’s blue and white we want to see it! To enter the competition just post your photo on Facebook/Twitter and the Tag the club. There’s a mystery prize for the best one!!! The winner will be announced a few days before the final. What are you waiting for? Let’s see those St Lomans colours. Reminder 3.30pm TEG Cusack Park Sunday 13th October.

Under 14 Championship Semi-Final:

Well done to under 14 players and management on Sunday after their 4-09 to 0-14 victory against Mullingar Shamrocks in Springfield. Roll on the county final!

Academy Finale:

Storm Lorenzo may have passed by but tonight was Hurricane Loman’s as over 200 played a storm on the pitch under lights. Our u6s had a match amongst themselves while our u8s hosted The Downs, Killucan and Coralstown Kinnegad. Finally our u10s played Mullingar Shamrocks. Afterwards our u16s were on site to show off their Championship cup while our senior squad took time out to hand out medals. Plenty of happy kids headed home full of excitement (and sugar).


Well done to Cullion on becoming intermediate hurling champions for the first time in 20 years well done to all players and management!

Loman’s players involved in the Cullion panel ; Diarmuid Cahill, Jack Cahill, Michael Cahill, Eoin Fox, Jack Galvin, James Kelly, Brendan King, Hugh McConnell, Brian O’Reilly, Conor Regan, Kevin Regan, Sean Regan, Conor Shaw and Mark Tubridy. Philly Galvin also as a selector

Under 12 Girls:

Congratulations to our U12 Girls who today qualified for the Division 1 County Final. They overcame a very skilful and competitive Clann Gaels team on a score-line of 3-6 to 2-4 and now go on to meet Moate in the final. 

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