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15 of the most Westmeath things that have ever happened

G’wan.

1. When somebody took a chance to make the best bale pun of all time

balecover Source: Twitter

2. That time this young Westmeath hurler was taken home after surgery through the floods

https://www.facebook.com/darren.mulledy/videos/vb.100000520606241/1171357516224924/?type=2&theater

No better way.

3. When these Niall Horan banknotes actually went on sale in Mullingar

gar Source: Mullingar Chamber of Commerce

4. When this improvised Westmeath jersey did the trick in Croker last summer

5. When this Mullingar pub had the best CAO offer out there

5- Source: Aoife Murray Twitter

#HONDATOWN

6. When the traffic was held up for these important pedestrians

Cones out, too.

7. When this special festival was put on back in 2013

dolan

Oh me oh my!

8. When nearly the whole county voted for this lad to become the face of Gosh makeup

Source: gosh.ie

9. When the famous hurling statue in Making a Murderer turned out to be designed and made in Mullingar

hurling

Represent!

10. This brilliant Christmassy sign in a pub

11. That time the Lidl in Mullingar was opened by this special guest

lidl

12. This shop window display seriously backing the county team

13. When the Westmeath Topic asked this question

14. And the time these unfortunate headlines were stuck up side by side

52 Source: Ronan Casey Twitter

15. And finally… let it never be said that Westmeath will let a bale pun opportunity pass them by

bale Source: Orla Hanrahan Facebook

*applause*

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