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

Westmeath 2-10 - 0-4 Longford

Westmeath are the first team into the O'Byrne Cup final after an eye-catching 12-point win against their neighbours Longford.

Callum McCormack and Sean Flanagan scored the goals in either half for Jack Cooney's side.

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

Throw-in at Parnell Park is at 7pm.

Sean Flanagan of Westmeath in action against Peter Lynn of Longford during the Bord na Mona O'Byrne Cup semi-final match between Westmeath and Longford at Downs GAA Club in Westmeath. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile


Related Articles

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

Joe Quaid targets long-term gains for Westmeath hurling

More in this Section

Extra-time goals from Joselu and Ayoze Perez send Newcastle through

The Sigerson stepping stone

Nottingham Forest hail return of ‘miracle man’ O’Neill

Manchester City squad coming back together at right time – Bernardo Silva


Lifestyle

As Kate Moss turns 45, here are 7 style lessons we’ve learned from her

New series explores Ireland's remote townlands and its people

James McAvoy is a Glass act in latest film

Turning 30: Regrets, advice and reflection from those who've hit the milestone

More From The Irish Examiner