Westmeath Well Beaten Despite Walsh Cup Positives

There was just three points between the sides at the break but as the second half wore on, Westmeath allowed the Tribesmen more space.

The Westmeath hurlers are reflecting on a relatively comprehensive defeat at the hands of Galway in yesterday's Walsh Cup opener.

There was just three points between the sides at the break but as the second half wore on, Westmeath allowed the Tribesmen more space.

Last year's beaten Leinster Finalists had scorers from all over the pitch while the Lake County relied on the brilliance of Killian Doyle to keep the scoreline respectable.

The game finished 3-28 to 0-20 in Galway's favour.

Speaking to Midlands 103 commentator, Gerry Russell after the game, Westmeath manager Joe Fortune says the experience of Doyle counts for a lot at this stage in the season:

 

 

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