Westmeath determined to scupper Eddie Brennan once again

He’ll be a strong contender to replace Brian Cody when the Kilkenny boss eventually quits, but Eddie Brennan’s management career almost stalled before it began.

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Westmeath ready to mix it with Cork or Dublin

Aonghus Clarke has insisted that Joe McDonagh Cup finalists Westmeath won’t fear playing Cork or Dublin in the All-Ireland series next month.

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Waterford well beaten as Westmeath advance to round 2

This was Westmeath’s first victory in the qualifiers since 2012 and they were impressive in victory with Jack Cooney’s side leading from start to finish.

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‘I don’t think there’s any team in Leinster that is within 15 points of Dublin’

He wasn’t exactly written out of history yet when you think of Westmeath’s solitary Leinster title success 15 years ago, Jack Cooney’s name doesn’t immediately spring to mind.

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Westmeath reaping benefits of local presence Cooney at helm

Here’s a starter for 10: Which county team has lost the least number of times this year?

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Two-tier championship the best way forward, says Westmeath’s Sayeh

Westmeath’s Boidu Sayeh believes a two-tier championship is a runner in Gaelic football, pointing to the “outrageous” set-up that Dublin have which keeps them “a step above everyone else”.

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Westmeath book ticket to O'Byrne Cup final with big win over Longford

The Lake County await the winners of this evening's second semi-final between Dublin and Meath.

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Blow for Westmeath as they must plan for 2019 without star John Heslin

New Westmeath manager Jack Cooney has been dealt a blow as star forward John Heslin is set to take a step away from the panel to complete his studies.

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Joe Quaid targets long-term gains for Westmeath hurling

New Westmeath hurling boss Joe Quaid wants the county to take a leaf out of his native Limerick’s book by making a Championship breakthrough.

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