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Published: 16:14 | 18/6/17

Westmeath sweep 14-man Offaly aside

Westmeath have booked their place in the Leinster SFC semi-final after they eased past Offaly by 3-17 to 0-15 in their replay in Mullingar.

The two sides had drawn a dull game last weekend but the Lake County produced a powerful second half display to ease to victory over their neighbours.

However, the game was a tight but open affair until the 53rd minute - half-time saw Westmeath enjoy a four-point lead - when John Egan scored the hosts' first goal.

The contest was ended when Cian Donoghue was dismissed for receiving his second yellow card and the home side took full advantage, grabbing two goals in a few minutes.

Westmeath then eased to an emphatic 11-point victory and they will take on All-Ireland champions Dublin next while Offaly drop into the qualifiers and face a tough game against Cavan.

Image: ©INPHO/James Crombie 

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