Westmeath football league finals set to take centre stage
This year's Westmeath All County Football League finals are coming up this weekend - with the first of the deciders to be played tomorrow evening (Friday).
The Division 4 final between the second teams of Garrycastle and The Downs - scheduled to be played tonight (Thursday) - has been postponed due to the death of former Garrycastle star Enda Mulvihill.
Westmeath GAA has confirmed that the match will not go ahead on the original date as a "mark of respect to the Mulvihill family and the Garrycastle club" - see here for separate article on the late Enda Mulvihill and funeral details.
Coralstown-Kinnegad (who topped the table with an unbeaten record) will meet neighbours The Downs in the Division 1 final on Sunday at TEG Cusack Park (throw-in 7pm).
This will be preceded by the Division 2 final (5pm) between Moate All Whites and Tyrrellspass, both of whom have secured promotion to Division 1 for next year.
The first of the football finals is the Division 3 decider between Ballynacargy and Killucan tomorrow night (Friday, 7pm).
The ACFL Division 6 final, Kilbeggan Shamrocks v Milltown, will take place on Saturday (5pm).
However, the Division 5 football final, St Joseph’s v St Mary’s Rochfortbridge, has been rescheduled from this Saturday to Friday, July 1 (7.30pm).
The fixture details of the upcoming finals are provided below.
Westmeath ACFL finals
Friday, June 24 - ACFL Division 3 Final: Ballynacargy v Killucan, 7pm, TEG Cusack Park, Paul McCaughey.
Saturday, June 25 - ACFL Division 6 Final: Milltown v Kilbeggan Shamrocks, 5pm, TEG Cusack Park, Mick Gordon.
Sunday, June 26 - ACFL Division 2 Final: Moate All Whites v Tyrrellspass, 5pm, TEG Cusack Park, Enda Kelly.
ACFL Division 1 Final: Coralstown-Kinnegad v The Downs, 7pm, TEG Cusack Park, Barry Pierce.
Friday, July 1 - ACFL Division 5 Final: St Joseph’s v St Mary’s Rochfortbridge, 7.30pm, TEG Cusack Park, Sean Carroll.