Historic Win for Westmeath In First Senior Camogie Outing

They picked up their first three points on the level.

Westmeath had an historic victory away to Limerick in the their first ever senior camogie championship game.

It ended 1-12 to 12 points in Bruff, Denise McGrath with the crucial goal after 25 minutes.

It also means the legendary Pamela Greville has now won a championship match in every level of competition.

They'll now head into a clash with last years All-Ireland finalists Kilkenny next weekend,  full of confidence.

Speaking after the game manager Johnny Greville says they weren't phased by the step up to the top table:

Laois begin in the intermediate this weekend against Kildare, while Offaly don't begin their re-schedule championship campaign until November 1st against All-Ireland champions Galway.

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