Notes as of 23rd July 2017
Tipperary and Waterford advanced to the penultimate stage of this year's All-Ireland SHC at the expense of Clare and Wexford respectively.
Mullingar Shamrocks and St Loman's played-out an exciting draw in the what was a spectacular opening match for both clubs in the Westmeath senior football championship in Cusack Park on Sunday evening.
We made the short trip to Tang on Saturday last to take on Castledaly in the first round of this years SFC
There was no winner of lotto jackpot held in Cunningham's on the 17th of July 2017.Numbers drawn were 3,12,14, and 29 .
Lotto Results: There was no winner of this week's €6,450 jackpot.
Davy Fitz wasn't happy with some of the Twitter activity yesterday...
"I think that RTÉ should go and have a look at themselves and get analysts who have been on the sideline and who know what the story is about and that's how I feel strongly about it."
We are hosting our U-8 Blitz this Saturday, 29th July in Shandonagh. All players are asked to be at the pitch for 10.30am. All support and help would be greatly appreciated.
Player Scheme/Club Development. Please support this worthy scheme
We headed to Cusack Park full of hope last Saturday evening for our first round game in the Westmeath SFC.
Ballinagore have had the Indian sign on us over the past few years so it was with considerable relief that we overcame this first hurdle in a well presented Ballymore pitch on Sunday.
Crookedwood 1-23 Turin 0-17. This years championship started out with a hard fought win over neighbours Turin.
Last week's winning numbers were 1, 8,, 11 and 15. Well done to Ber Carey who was a match 3 Winner last week.
Garrycastle 1-11 Tyrellspass 2-9
This first round game played in sunny Moate on Sunday evening last saw Garrycastle lose out to Tyrellspass
Club Lotto Draw Sunday 23rd July Lucky Numbers 03 06 07 25
There was football and hurling action down for decision this afternoon as the championships entered their final rounds.
Here are our previews for the two All-Ireland SFC qualifiers taking place on Saturday evening at Limerick's Gaelic Grounds and Markievicz Park in Sligo.
Here are our previews for the two All-Ireland senior hurling championship quarter-finals taking place at Cork's Pairc Ui Chaoimh this weekend.
Michael Ryan will remain on for at least one more year in charge of the Westmeath senior hurling team.
Sligo manager Niall Carew says weaker football counties need more funding from Croke Park in order to get competitive.
Beating Meath in the manner they did, was one of the main highlights for former Westmeath manager Tom Cribbin during his term in charge of the Lake County.