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52 SPORT GAA Notes - Nótaí CLG TOPIC • 12 April, 2018 BALLINAGORE BAILE ÁTHA NA NGABHAR U14 FÉILE Lilliput Gaels U14 footballers saw plenty of action over the weekend when they took part in this year’s Féile competition. On Saturday afternoon, we travelled into Springfield to take on the home side and Inny Shamrocks in the group stages. Following a great win over Inny Shamrocks, we played the hosts Mullingar Shamrocks in our second game. This was a tight affair but we prevailed in the end on a 2-02 to 1-03 scoreline. These wins qualified us out of our group for the quarter final, which took place against Caulry in Mount Temple on Saturday evening. Our lads were on a roll at this stage and they comfortably saw off the challenge of the home side to qualify for the semi-final. The semi-final was played on Sunday evening in Moate against the home side. This was an absorbing contest throughout and our lads all performed brilliantly against a strong Moate side. With just three points seperating the sides coming into the dying minutes of the game, Moate scored two late goals to seal the win on a 3-08 to 1-05 scoreline. We want to congratulate our players and their mentors on getting so far in the competition, the first time in a long time to reach the last four. We wish Moate all the best in the final. Team: Sean Jackson, Oran Gavigan, Oisin Kiernan, Max Ripley, David Maloney, Peter Murphy, Killian Jackson, Shane Doran, Jack Gannon, Dylan Franzoni, Cathal Elliffe, Shane Corcoran, Conor O'Malley, Andrew Dalton, Jack Mulligan. Subs Niall Claffey, Sean Macken, Phillip Reynolds, Adam Cassidy & Eoin Robinson. VICTORY FOR BALLI- NAGORE IN ROUNDERS CHAMPIONSHIP Ballinagore began their championship campaign against Na Fianna last Sunday afternoon in Tymon Park. Having lost the toss, Ballinagore were first up to bat and managed just two runs against Na Fianna’s five in the first innings. The second batting for Ballinagore saw them out score Na Fianna by three runs to one and this reduced the deficit to a single score. Ballinagore shook off the cobwebs in the third and fourth innings, once again holding Na Fianna to just one run, while scoring six of their own to lead 11-7 going into the fifth and final innings. In fact, Na Fianna never scored again while Ballinagore rounded off their first championship victory of the season with four more runs to win on a scoreline of Ballinagore 15, Na Fianna 7. Team: Declan Claffey (Pitcher, 1 Run), Shane Heraty (Catcher, 1 Run), Martin Furey (Short Stop, 4 Runs), Tally Flynn Capt. (1st Base, 3 Runs), Aisling Heraty (2nd Base), Dympna Claffey (3rd Base, 2 Runs), Enda Claffey (Left Outfield, 2 Runs), David Langan (Centre Outfield, 2 Runs), Michelle O'Sullivan (Right Outfield). Sub: Colette Langan. We play Limekiln next Sunday afternoon in Ballinagore. Time to be confirmed. FIXTURES U16 vs St. Mary's in Rochfortbridge on Monday, 09 April at 6.30pm U15 vs St. Mary's in Ballinagore on Thursday, 12 April at 6.30pm CLUB LOTTO Last week’s winning numbers were 08, 11, 15 and 21. Shane Heraty was a match three winner, well done Shane! Next week’s jackpot now stands at €3,700. Please support our club lotto for just €2 a week and you can be in with the chance to win our jackpot! MACRA TRACTOR RUN Ballinagore Macra will be hosting the annual Tractor and Vintage Car Run on May Bank Holiday Sunday at 10.30am in Ballinagore GAA Grounds. This is a great community event for all ages and there will be a BBQ and refreshments on the day. All proceeds will be donated to North Westmeath Hospice. DELVIN DEALBHNA MÓR SENIOR HURLING LEAGUE Delvin 0-16 - Crookedwood 1-12 A goal conceded from a free with the last puck of the game and a free missed tally in double figures resulted in a hard fought one point win over the ‘Wood in Delvin last Sunday morning. After a lively even first half we went in at half-time up by 0-9 to 0-8 after some good scores from Darragh Clinton, Alan Cox and Alan Clune. We were much the better team in the second half but our possession advantage wasn't reflected on the scoreboard with our wide count reaching high levels. A couple of great scores though from Stevie Reilly, Killian Murphy and Ger Clune and a sound defence led by Frank McGrath and Patrick Clune gave us a four point lead entering the final moments before the Wood finished to the Delvin net to leave the minimum margin between the two sides. Team and Scorers:- John O'Shaughnessy, Dan Clune, Frank McGrath, Paddy Poynton, Dean Poynton, Patrick Clune, Adam Ennis, Alan Cox (0-3), Killian Murphy (0-2), Paddy Farrington, Alan Clune (0-3), Darragh Clinton (0-4), Johnny Ivory, Ger Clune (0-1), Stevie Reilly (0-3). Subs: Lonan Manny, Daniel Flynn, Danny Poynton and John Cogan. U14 FÉILE FOOTBALL Well done to Delvin/St. Paul’s under 14 football team who competed in the Féile playoffs in Kilbeggan on Saturday last. We were drawn to play against Kilbeggan/St. Joseph’s and Cill Óige who are both in division 2. In our first game against Kilbeggan/St. Joseph’s we narrowly lost on a scoreline of 2-2 to 3-2. After a slow start we kept Kilbeggan/St. Joseph’s scoreless in the second half with a much improved performance from the team. After a quick turnaround we started strongly against Cill Óige but went in at half-time all square having missed some good goal opportunities. Scores were still level entering the last five minutes with Cill Óige running out winners on a scoreline of 2-1 to 2- 5. Overall, it was a very positive performance from the lads with some great scores and teamwork across the field. Well done again and we look forward to our next league game next Thursday against Tyrellspass. Thanks also to all of the parents for your support today. Team: Senan O’Driscoll, Sean Hoctor, James Murtagh, Tommy Collins, Darach Reilly, Diarmuid Reilly, Rory Carolan, Oisin Kelly, Seb McPherson, Tiernan Purcell, Jamie Kelly, Karl McCormack, Dean Quinn, Tommy Flynn, Dean Quinn, Cathal Cully, Cormac Tormey and Sean Mulvaney. NURSERY Our Nursery training for u6 and u8 boys and girls commences in Saturday morning next, 14 April at 10am. If you have not yet registered your child, please be there for 09.45am. CROKE PARK Our u8 hurlers had a fantastic day out on Tuesday last when they got to play in Croke Park in the Littlewoods Go Games. They played a great game v St. Martin's of Kilkenny and then got the chance after some media interviews to climb the steps of the Hogan Stand. A huge thank you to the coaches and parents who accompanied these young men on their memorable day. PLANNING PERMISSION We were delighted to be granted planning permission for our new sports hall and dressing rooms during the week. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates. BALLYCOMOYLE BAILE UÍ CHUMAOIL FIXTURES Monday, 09 April, St. Michael’s Under 16 vs Multyfarnham in Ballycomoyle at 6.30pm. Tuesday, 10 April, Ballycomoyle Girls Under 14 vs St. Paul’s/Delvin away at 6.30pm. Thursday, 12 April St. Michael’s Under 14 vs Multyfarnham in Multyfarnham at 6.30pm. Saturday, 14 April, Under 8s Go- Games blitz. Venue and time to be confirmed. Sunday, 15 April (Senior League) Ballycomoyle Ladies vs Garrycastle in Ballycomoyle at 12 noon. Wednesday, 18 April St. Michael’s Minor vs St. Paul’s/Delvin in Clonmellon at7pm. GREAT LEAGUE START FOR MEN’S TEAM Ballycomoyle’s men got off to a great start in the league on Easter Monday when they played Ballymore away. Under the new management team of Tom Keague and Seamus Farrelly training has been going very positively but the proof of the pudding is in the eating and the positivity carried through to the field of play. We started a team made up of youth and experience and the combination delivered an impressive 2-10 to 0-7 victory. The team fielded as follows Michael McKenna, Jordan Williams, Jack Coyle, Charles Flynn, Ciarán Fagan, Benny Doyle, James McHugh, Dan Higgins, Aaron Leahy, Brian Caffrey, Caolam McLaverty, Shane Brody, Vinnie Reynolds. Subs: Billy Ryan for Caolam McLaverty. Warren Williams for Shane Brody, Robbie Cooney for Warren Williams. While this was an overall great performance Jordan Williams, Benny Doyle and Brian Caffrey deserve particular mention. Warren Williams had to go off injured and we wish him a speedy recovery. Our next game is at home to Killucan on a date yet to be confirmed. FÉILE NA NÓG St. Michael’s under 14s took part in Féile on Saturday last in Kinnegad. Our lads had two games. We had a good win against Millmore Gaels but sadly came unstuck against a strong Kinnegad team in spite of a spirited performance. We wish Kinnegad the best of luck going forward in the competition and we wish our own Aaron Fagan a speedy recovery from an injury he picked up on the day. LADIES SENIOR LEAGUE Our Ladies Intermediate team had a tough match against Moate on Easter Monday in the Senior League. Unfortunately, Moate proved too strong on the day and our girls came off second best. COUNTY PLAYERS Congratulations to Ballycomoyle U14 girls Shannon Reilly and Cara Murphy who helped Westmeath to a massive Leinster championship U14 win over Offaly today in Tubberclair Westmeath 13-12 Offaly 0-3. Their next outing is against Laois on Saturday, 21 April in Portlaoise. SPLIT THE POT The Split the Pot draw was held in Burke's Bar, Coole on Sunday, 08 April. Winner of €222 was Willow Hill c/o her generous granny Kathryn Cooney who purchased the ticket. Congratulations to them both. Next draw Sunday, 22 April. CONGRATULATIONS Congratulations to Catherine Daly who has been appointed to the National Scór committee by Seán Ó hÓráin, Uachtarán CLG. The committee will sit from 2018 to 2021. BEST OF LUCK Best of luck to the figure dancers and set dancers from The Downs and to the quiz team team from St. Joseph’s who will represent club and County in the All-Ireland Scór Sinsir final next Saturday, 14 April in Sligo. LOTTO The next draw will be held in The Seven Wonders Bar, Fore on Thursday, 12 April. The jackpots will be €10,000 and €5,000. CORALSTOWN/ KINNEGAD BAILE AN COIREIL/ CIONN ÁTHA GAD MONSTER DRIVE THRU BINGO The Monster Drive Thru’ Bingo will take place on Sunday, 15 April at 3pm. REGISTRATION / MEM- BERSHIP Anyone who wishes to pay their outstanding membership can give it to Alan in the clubhouse any night, or to the club registrar Aine Cleary. Gold Membership for a couple/family is €120 and this includes the lotto every week. Single Membership is €100 and this includes the lotto every week. Both can be paid by Direct Debit if you want that option. Family is €70 does not include lotto. Single is €50, under 18 is €25. The Walking track is: €30 on its own, €15 per person when buying club membership, €50 and this also includes registration with Athletics Ireland. UNDERAGE ASTRO SPRING SKILLS TRAIN- ING PROGRAMME U7/8s Wednesdays at 6.30pm, U5/6s on Thursday at 6.30pm, U9/10s Mondays at 6.30pm, U11/12s Fridays at 7.30pm. FIT4LIFE Fit4life is on every Monday and Wednesday evening at 7.30pm and also on Friday evenings at 6.30pm. All sessions are suitable for everyone. CLUBSHOP There is a range of new club gear available in the clubshop in the clubhouse. Call down any evening to view or purchase. MINOR LEAGUE Hard luck to the minor team who were defeated by St. Loman’s on Tuesday evening on a scoreline of 2-10 to 1-08. Team on the night: E Kilbane, C Daly, C Daly, C Curran, J Gahan, D Giles, M Hope, S Fleming, E Bracken, A Dowling, J Torpey, L Waldron, C McGrath, M Lynch, C Murray, J Cole, C Fogarty, P Quinn. FÉILE NA NÓG On Saturday morning last, the quest to remain Westmeath Féile Champions began in Kinnegad with the group stages. Strong wins in all group stage matches guaranteed us a place in the quarter final that evening at 6pm against Tyrrellspass. Hard work, great skill and team work really portrayed as this ambitious u14 team came out strong winners and booked a placed in the semi-final the next day (Sunday) against Kilbeggan/St Joseph’s. The semi-final proved to be tough game but much credit is to be given to the boys who worked very hard and many words of encouragement from their coaches on the sideline won us a place in the final on the score line of 3-05 to 1-0. Team for the weekend: Brian Cooney, Jason Macken, John Kiernan, Stephen McNevin, Liam Daly, Eamon Leech, Jack Quinn, Colin Kiernan, Eoin Kelly, Dillon O’Shaughnessy, Eimhinn Whelan, Rory Cole, Divine Izekor, Alexandre Ajeigbe, Donnacha Fleming, Thomas Davis, Tiernan Carthy, Scott Clynes, Eoin Mulligan, Andrew Glennon, Callum Lynch, Thyge McGarry, Cian McMahon, Alex Moore, Ali Abourezk, Abdul Abourezk, Cian Wilson, Jamie Yallop. Well done to all. UPCOMING FIXTURES U12s play St. Loman’s in the league on Wednesday, 11 April in St. Loman’s at 6.30pm. U14s play Athlone in the league on Thursday, 12 April in Athlone at 6.30pm. U14s play Mullingar Shamrocks in the league on Sunday, 15 April in Kinnegad at 11.30am. Best of Luck to all. LOTTO The lotto draw numbers from Tuesday, 03 April were 14, 17, 18 and 22. There was no jackpot winner. Match three winners were Patrick Cole, Rose Cole, Aiderine Gillick, Diane Seale and Ger & Owen. They won €40 each. Well done to them. SYMPATHY The club wishes to extend its deepest sympathy the Collins family on the recent death of Finbarr (Kinnegad) who was a former chairman of our club. We also extend our sympathy to Rena Bracken and her family on the recent death of her mother Elizabeth OFarrell (Longford). CFCW BAILE CAISLEÁIN FIODH AN ÁTHA/AN CHÚL/HALLA BÁN RACE NIGHT We are holding a race night this Saturday night, 14 April in McCormacks bar, Castlepollard. A lot of work has gone into this night by the committee so we are asking all members and parents to support this night. Proceedings get underway at 9.30pm. UNDER 14 - FEILE NA GAEL St. Micheal’s travelled the long journey to Coralstown/Kinnegad last Saturday morning to take part in the Feile na Gael tournament. St. Micheal’s, playing their first game together as a team came up against the might of Millmore Gaels. Our lads tore into the opposition from the start and never let go. We played brillant football from all corners of the field against a very good Millmore Gaels team. Everyone from number 1 to 21 played their part in this magnificent performance. Team managers Noel Morgan and Geoffrey Morrissey were delighted with the turnout of 21 players and the gutsy display of all players. In the second game we played Kinnegad and although defeated, all players put in great effort. TRAINING Training continues every Monday and Friday evening. All players will be notified in good time. GET WELL SOON A speedy recovery is wished to Aaron Fagan who got injured last Saturday and a big thank you to Sharon O’Reilly for taking the time away from the game to bring Aaron to hospital. MEMBERSHIP Membership fees are now due in. The following are the charges for 2018 - Adult single is €30, under 18 is €20, family is €50 and OAPs are €10. Time is running out for payments so please make sure that you are a paid up member. CONGRATULATIONS Congratulations to St. Finian’s College, Mullingar on winning the Leinster soccer tournament. Cathal Corrigan a very important member of our under 14 team was a very important part of the winning side. FIXTURES Under 10 - Tuesday, 10 April. Under 12 – Wednesday 11 April at venue Clonmellon. Under 14 – St. Micheal’s v Multyfarnham with the venue to be decided. Under 8 - Saturday, 14 April. All parents will be notified in good time. KILLUCAN CILL LIÚCAINNE RESULTS Our minors produced a great second half performance to defeat Moate by 3-14 to 2-5 with the brilliant David Hickey getting a hat-trick. Our Under 16s also had a great win as they defeated Mullingar Shamrock in Springfield by 2-10 to 1-11. Our Under 14s were defeated on Saturday morning away to Caulry in the 1at round of the Féile. UNDERAGE U16 training is on Wednesdays at 7.30pm and Fridays at 6.30pm with U14s training on Monday and Friday from 7pm to 8pm. MEMBERSHIP Rates for 2018 are as follows: Adults €30 and juveniles €20. Family membership is available at €50. New members are very welcome. Membership is payable to club registrar Shane Briody or any committee member. GYM MEMBERSHIP Gym membership fees are: Adult €100 and couple membership €150. Family is couple rate plus €50 per additional family member. For further information, contact John Duignan on 087- 3579401. LOTTO There was no winner of our lotto jackpot held on Tuesday, 03 April. Numbers drawn were 04, 10, 13 and 29. The promoters prize went to Cunningham’s. This week's draw is in Ennis’s for a jackpot of €13,000. The funds raised from the lotto goes towards the running of the club. All support is greatly appreciated. COMMUNITY HALL SPORTS Killucan Community Sports hall is available to hire for kids birthdays and dance/fitness classes. Please contact Marc on 086 8189540 for more information. KILLUCAN LADIES FOOTBALL CLUB NOTES UPCOMING FIXTURES Best of luck to all our teams playing this week. Check out our Facebook page for further details. U14s are at home to Clann Gaels on Tuesday. U16s are at home to Kilbeggan on Thursday. Seniors are at home to Coralstown/Kinnegad on Sunday. UNDERAGE TRAINING Our under 6, 8 and 10s will be starting back training on Friday, 13 April from 6pm to 7pm. New players are welcome. HAPPY BIRTHDAY Belated happy 18th birthday wishes to one of our many superstars, Ciara O’Looney. GET WELL SOON Best of luck to Frank Boyle in his continuous recovery. GAELIC 4 MOTHER’S & OTHERS (G4M&O) Please contact the club by phone or our facebook page if you are interested in joining our G4M&O team. All are welcome. No experience required. MULTYFARNHAM MUILTE FEARANÁIN UNDERAGE Training continues every Saturday morning for our boys and girls at 11am. New players are always welcome. TRIP TO CROKE PARK Our u8s boys played in Croke Park on Tuesday, 03 April. This was a memorable day for the players who put in a super performance in defeating Dundalk Gaels. Also on the same day the u6 and u10 boys, u6, u8 and u10 girls travelled to Croke Park for a tour of the stadium. A brilliant day out was had by all and well done to everybody who helped out on the day. MULTY LADIES Congratulations to Jacqui Jenkins on receiving her Irish Rugby International cap. On Sunday Multy Ladies took the field for the first time when our u8s and u10s played St. Loman's at halftime of the Westmeath senior ladies game. These young girls displayed great talent and skill and the future certainly looks bright for Multy Ladies. INTERMEDIATE Intermediate training continues on Wednesday evenings. MINOR AND U16S Minor and Under 16 training continues Friday evenings at 6.30pm. WELL DONE Well done to Ryan Jenkins on winning the All-Ireland Boxing championship.

TOPIC • 12 April 2018 SPORT 53 LADIES NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIVISION 1 Westmeath’s Fiona Claffey on the break gets away from Leanne Coen of Galway. Karen Hegarty of Westmeath on the attack side-steps the tackle from Sarah Lynch of Galway. Johanna Maher of Westmeath is taken off her feet by this tackle from Fabienne Cooney of Galway. Westmeath ladies finish with a defeat but maintain Division 1 status GALWAY 0-13 WESTMEATH 0-7 Westmeath ladies football team finished their league campaign with a disappointing defeat at home to Galway last Sunday, but overall, the Westmeath ladies achieved their aim of maintaining their Division 1 status for next year, by virtue of their earlier victory over Kerry. BY PAUL O’DONOVAN There is no doubt that Stephen Maxwell’s side would liked to have finished their league season on a high, but they never carried enough threat in attack against a more clinical Galway outfit, in this relatively low key game played on the grass pitch in Lakepoint Park, Mullingar. Westmeath were assured of their place in Division 1 on Saturday afternoon when Dublin overcame Kerry, meaning Westmeath were definitely safe before the faced the Connacht side. Galway for their part had everything to play for in this game. Victory over Westmeath could have given Galway a semi-final spot depending on the result of the Mayo verses Monaghan game and the Donegal verses Cork game. As it turned out Galway beat Westmeath by six points and Mayo beat Monaghan by nine points, while Donegal beat Cork by 14 points. These results left Galway and Donegal level on 13 points vying for the final semi-final spot and even though Donegal had scored 50 points more than Galway, Galway bizarrely qualified for the semifinals as they had drawn with Donegal in their earlier encounter, but Galway went through as they had scored 16 points in that game in comparison to Donegal’s 1-13 and the more single points (16 v 13) counted for Galway! Westmeath began both halves brightly and had plenty of possession yet after 20 minutes of the first half it was a more economical Galway side that led 0-4 to 0-3. The Connaught side then stretched that lead out to four by half-time as they led 0-7 to 0-3 at the break. Again the home side started the second half on the front foot and scored two points early on, but they quickly faded. The girls in Maroon cut the deficit back to just a goal by the 56th minute but there was no real goal threat from Westmeath and it was Galway who finished the game strongly and in the end ran out rather comfortable winners. LIVELY OPENING EXCHANGES The extremely heavy shower of rain that fell prior to throw-in left the surface very wet but it made for a very lively opening to the game. Good passing by Westmeath led to Fiona Coyle and Laura Brennan combining for Fiona Claffey to give Westmeath the lead in just the second minute. Galway replied instantly though and the very effective Tracey Leonard set up Roisin Leonard for the equaliser a minute. Patient Westmeath passing, followed by a burst through the Galway defence by Laura Lee Walsh, allowed Fiona Coyle to fire over Westmeath’s second point, although Coyle could have gone for goal from close range. Galway equalised seven minute later, Mairead Hughes exchanging passes with Leanne Coen before Hughes pointed, but Westmeath regained the lead for a third time when Fiona Kelly Boyce Jordan of Westmeath on the attack looks for a way past Abbie Davoren of Galway. Claffey and Laura Lee Walsh combined for Karen Hegarty to score her first point of the afternoon. However, Hegarty’s point in the 17th minute would prove to be Westmeath’s final point of the first half. Surprisingly, Westmeath manager Stephen Maxwell opted to play the more attacking Lucy McCartan as an extra defender, when perhaps more defensive players could have been deployed in this role. Galway then finished the half strongly as Tracey Leonard slotted over the equaliser, and then Roisin Leonard gave them the lead. A point by midfielder Olivia Divilly was followed by two late points by Leanne Coen as Galway went in leading by 0-7 to 0-3 at the break. Coen’s latter point arrived after it appeared that Westmeath’s Johanna Maher had been fouled in midfield, before Galway counter attacked to score. However, too many times in that first half, the Westmeath players had given poor passes, taken the wrong option or were dispossessed too easily, but all of this is part of learning from playing against the stronger teams. In what was now a bright and clear afternoon, Westmeath began the second half positively and sharply as Karen Hegarty converted from a free after she had been fouled, and then moments later, Hegarty added another good point from play. WESTMEATH STUGGLE TO SCORE Westmeath now trailed by just two points but once again they would go 17 minutes without scoring as Galway opened up a five point lead. Tracey Leonard added a point from play and then one from a free, and all this after Westmeath goalkeeper Karen Walsh had saved a goal bound effort by Charlotte Cooney with her foot. When Ailbhe Davoren pointed from the left wing in the 47th minute, Galway led by 0-10 to 0-5 and looked set for a good win. Once more, Karen Hegarty came to Westmeath’s rescue with a point from a free, after the Jenny Rogers of Westmeath breaks out of defence past Leanne Coen of Galway. Mullingar Shamrocks player had been fouled, and when Hegarty set up Laura Lee Walsh for a point in the 56th minute, Westmeath trailed by just three, 0-7 to 0-10. However, even though Galway were now playing with 14 players, after Sinead Burke had been sin binned for ten minutes, Westmeath could not take advantage and it was Galway who finished the stronger as Tracey Leonard, Emma Reaney and Leanne Walsh all pointed for Galway, who ran out rather comfortable six-point winners and then bizarrely reached the semifinals. After the game, despite the loss, Westmeath manager Stephen Maxwell was pleased that his side had managed to stay in Division 1 for another year, saying, “It has been massive for Westmeath to stay in Division 1, but we have shown that we deserve to be here. We have put in some massive performances against some of the top teams in the country and that will put us in good stead for the championship against Dublin.” Scorers-Galway: Tracey Leonard 0-4 (0-1 from a free), Roisin Leonard 0-2, Leanne Coen 0-2 Mairead Seoighe 0-1, Olivia Divilly 0-1, Ailbhe Davoren 0-1, Emma Reaney 0-1, Leanne Walsh 0-1. Westmeath: Karen Hegarty 0-4 (0-2 from frees), Fiona Claffey 0- 1, Fiona Coyle 0-1, Laura Lee Walsh 0-1. Galway: Dearbhla Gower; Noelle Connolly, Sarah Lynch, Sinead Burke; Charlotte Cooney, Nicola Ward, Leanne Walsh; Lisa Gannon, Olivia Divilly; Aine McDonagh, Tracey Leonard, Ailbhe Davoren; Mairead Seoighe, Roisin Leonard, Leanne Coen. Subs used: Sarah Conneally for Roisin Leonard (41 minutes), Emma Reaney for Mairead Seoighe (41 minutes), Fabienne Cooney for Lisa Gannon (57 minutes), Deirdre Brennan for Ailbhe Davoren (60+1 minutes). Westmeath: Karen Walsh; Rachel Dillon, Amie Giles, Nicole Feery; Fiona Coyle, Jenny Rogers, Laura Brennan; Karen McDermott, Fiona Claffey; Maud Annie Foley, Johanna Maher, Lucy McCartan; Karen Hegarty, Laura Lee Walsh, Kelly Boyce Jordan. Subs used: Ellen Cronin for Fiona Claffey (35 minutes), Ciara Blundell for Kelly Boyce Jordan (44 minutes), Anna Jones for Fiona Coyle (injured, 52 minutes), Leanne Slevin for Ellen Cronin (59 minutes). Referee: G Carmody (Roscommon). LADIES NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIVISION 1 FINAL LEAGUE TABLE P W D L Pts dif Pts Dublin 7 6 0 1 34 18 Cork 7 5 0 2 33 15 Mayo 7 4 1 2 18 15 Donegal 7 4 1 2 64 13 Galway 7 4 1 2 14 13 Monaghan 7 2 0 5 -51 6 Westmeath 7 1 0 6 -57 3 Kerry 7 0 1 6 -55 0

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