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Shane Dooley helps Offaly dish out Westmeath revenge - Irish Times

Offaly 4-15 Westmeath 1-20. A personal haul of 3-8 from Shane Dooley and good use of the bench by manager Kevin Ryan were keyas Offaly's senior hurlers avenged last year's shock defeat at the hands of Westmeath in a pulsating Leinster quarter-final in ...and more »

Offaly gain revenge and advance beating Westmeath -

Offaly 4-15 Westmeath 1-20. Twelve months ago, the Leinster senior hurling championship exploded at the start of the round robin series when Westmeath rocked the hurling world with a fourteen-point win over Offaly at TEG Cusack Park. And this year's ...and more »

Sean Ryan says Offaly have taken confidence from strong league outings against Limerick and Wexford - Irish Mirror

When Sean Ryan started out hurling with Offaly, they were trying to get back to where they were just a few years before that. Now, they'd be happy just to return to the level they were at when Ryan made his debut a decade ago. While, by then, they had ...and more »

'Immense' Dooley lifts Offaly - Irish Independent

Kevin Ryan hailed Shane Dooley's 'immense' overall contribution after the prolific Tullamore attacker broke Westmeath hearts with two late goals to seal Offaly's passage to the provincial semi-finals, setting up a repeat of last year's last-four clash ...and more »

As it happened: Westmeath v Offaly in the Leinster Hurling Championship - Irish Mirror

Cusack Park in Mullingar will be the venue for what looks like being a fascinating encounter between Westmeath and Offaly in the Leinster Hurling Championship. Offaly may not be the hurling powerhouses they once were but they arguably enjoyed a better ...and more »

Pat Critchley recalls the last time Laois beat Wexford - Irish Mirror

It would probably go down as the shock of the Championship if Laois were to beat Wexford tomorrow. But, yet, the last time they managed it, in 1985, it was nothing of the sort. Back then Laois were consistently competitive against top class opposition ...and more »

Dooley's late blitz seals Faithful fightback - Irish Independent

Shane Dooley once again proved the Offaly hero, bagging 3-8 as the Faithful came from behind to see off stubborn Westmeath resistance in a titanic Leinster SHC quarter-final clash in TEG Cusack Park last night. After last year's 14-point mauling at the ...and more »

'You can't manage a Westmeath team like you'd manage the Waterford team' - The42

HURLING IS A 'hobby' for Westmeath manager Michael Ryan, or at least that's how he sees it. Michael Ryan with Aaron Craig Source: Bryan Keane/INPHO. His round-trips from his home in Waterford to his hurling duties in the midlands county, consist of ...and more »

Offaly boss Kevin Ryan says Shane Dooley's late goals came as no surprise - The Irish Sun

OFFALY boss Kevin Ryan insists that Shane Dooley's late goals came as no surprise as his Faith in their danger man paid off. Dooley's hat-trick gave Offaly sweet revenge over Westmeath following the Lakes' 2-22 to 1-11 round-robin victory last year.and more »

Michael Ryan and Kevin Ryan will put their friendship aside when Westmeath face Offaly - The Irish Sun

WESTMEATH boss Michael Ryan insists there will be no sideline wars when they face Offaly tonight — because the Faithful boss is one of his old pals. The Lake County manager and his fellow Waterford man Kevin Ryan go back a long way and briefly ...and more »