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Tom Cribben is the manager of the Westmeath senior football team. He was previously a manager with Laois in 1999 and 2000. After a successful first year in charge, Cribben left the post in 2000 after Laois were defeated in the Leinster Senior Football Championship by Westmeath in Tullamore.

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  • Tom Cribben is the manager of the Westmeath senior football team. He was previously a manager with Laois in 1999 and 2000. After a successful first year in charge, Cribben left the post in 2000 after Laois were defeated in the Leinster Senior Football Championship by Westmeath in Tullamore.
  • Tom Cribbin is the manager of the Westmeath senior football team. He was previously a manager with Laois in 1999 and 2000. After a successful first year in charge, Cribbin left the post in 2000 after Laois were defeated in the Leinster Senior Football Championship by Westmeath in Tullamore.
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  • Tom Cribben is the manager of the Westmeath senior football team. He was previously a manager with Laois in 1999 and 2000. After a successful first year in charge, Cribben left the post in 2000 after Laois were defeated in the Leinster Senior Football Championship by Westmeath in Tullamore. Tom was born in County Laois in May 1963 but moved to Kildare when he was 12, and it was as player-manager of Clane that he made his mark, guiding them to two county titles in four years. In 2002 after his spell with Laois had ended, he managed the Kildare minor team, as well as having spells in charge of Edenderry and a return to his home club, Clane.
  • Tom Cribbin is the manager of the Westmeath senior football team. He was previously a manager with Laois in 1999 and 2000. After a successful first year in charge, Cribbin left the post in 2000 after Laois were defeated in the Leinster Senior Football Championship by Westmeath in Tullamore. Tom was born in County Laois in May 1963 but moved to Kildare when he was 12, and it was as player-manager of Clane that he made his mark, guiding them to two county titles in four years. In 2002 after his spell with Laois had ended, he managed the Kildare minor team, as well as having spells in charge of Edenderry and a return to his home club, Clane.
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