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Westmeath hurlers hope to skin Cats

February 16, 2011

By Staff Reporter

Sunday, noon

Junior Football

Fermanagh vs. Armagh

Fermanagh go into battle adjusting to the losses of Darren Doherty and Noel McGovern but will look to Steve Quinn and the Shannon brothers for leadership. Armagh will as always be led by Collie Fearon in this local derby.

1:30 p.m.

Senior Hurling

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Westmeath vs. Kilkenny

Still riding high after last Sunday’s impressive football victory, dual star Peter Dalton will set the pace for Westmeath along with Martin Finn, Jonathan O’Callaghan and company. The Cats will lean on New York panelists Kevin McKay and Vinny Norton.

3 p.m.

Senior Football ‘B’

Sligo vs. Longford

Sligo manager Mike Burke will have a new look side trying to rebound from last year’s disappointing Senior A campaign. Now in the B division, Sligo will be trying to get back into the top tier. Longford also had a down year last season and reports are not optimistic for 2002.

4:30 p.m.

Junior Football ‘A’

Kerry vs. Donegal

Defending champions Kerry are led by the ever-present Riney brothers and powerful midfielder Liam Hartnett. Donegal manager Tom Lilly counters with Anton Diver and an experienced panel.


Monday, April 29, Van Cortland Park,

JFB, Offaly vs. Meath.

Tuesday, April 30, Van Cortland Park,

JFB, Rockland vs. Mayo.

Wednesday, May 1, Van Cortland Park,

Roscommon vs. Dublin.

Friday, May 3 Paddy’s Field, JFB, L.I. Gaels vs. St. Raymond’s.

Friday, May 10, Paddy’s Field,

JFB, Westmeath vs. St. Barnabas.

Sunday, May 5

At Gaelic Park

Noon, SH, Waterford vs. Westmeath; 1:15 p.m., U14 football, New York vs. Sligo; 3 P.m., SF, Connaght Championship, New York vs. Sligo; 5 p.m., JFA, Down vs. St. Barnabas.

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