Posted by eir GAA
Thursday 1 January 1953
In the early days of GAA, it was far from uncommon for scenes such as this. In the Leinster first round in Navan, Westmeath had a goal chalked off because the Louth backs had all stopped when someone in the crowd blew a whistle. The Wee County had plenty to spare as it turned out, winning 2-11 to 0-5.
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