It was a special moment for top scorer Pamela Greville, as she celebrated a stupendous performance in propelling Westmeath to a first Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship title with her 15-year-old daughter.
So now we've traversed one third of the championship tightrope without a fall, the next third will be perilous as we face Garrycastle, the only team that we have failed to beat in championship football in the past eighteen months.
Pamela Greville shot nine points, three of them from play, while Laura Doherty and Amy Scally led an astounding second-half defensive effort that kept Galway to one injury-time minor, as Westmeath over turned a seven-point interval deficit to annex the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship.
There aren't too many All-Ireland winning captains around Westmeath, but we are proud to say that our very own Mairead McCormack is one of them after skippering the camogs to a memorable All-Ireland intermediate final over Galway at Croke Park last Sunday.
Westmeath camogie manager Johnny Greville gave the most passionate GAA interview of the year after guiding his side to a memorable comeback win over Galway in this afternoon's All-Ireland intermediate final at Croke Park.
Eoin Kennedy (Dublin) dashed Westmeath's Robbie McCarthy's five in-a-row dreams to claim his 10th Softball Singles All-Ireland title in what was the last ever Singles final to be played in the old centre at Croke Park today.