Westmeath Want Early Scores Against Laois

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The Lake County travel to Laois in the All Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship.

Westmeath want to convert possession into scores early on in their All Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship meeting with Laois this weekend, according to the county's keeper, Fiona Keating.

The Lake County met their midlands rivals in league action this year, when Westmeath ran out 1-13 to 1-5 winners.

The All Ireland Championship is now entering week two after round one fixtures produced a defeat for Laois against Meath and a draw for Westmeath against Kerry.

Keating tells David Hollywood the O'Moore County are a familiar foe:

The action gets underway in Rathdowney at 5pm on Saturday evening.

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