Here are our previews for this weekend's hurling clashes across the country and abroad.
Westmeath forward Aonghus Clarke feels history won't count for anything when the Lake men take on Offaly this Sunday in their Leinster senior hurling championship opener.
The GAA has confirmed its panels of referees for the 2016 Championship in Hurling and Gaelic Football.
Our Senior men's team continued their winning start to the season when they travelled out to Rosemount on Saturday night and came away with a hard-earned one point victory.
Offaly sharpshooter Shane Dooley is facing a race against time to be fit for the Faithful County's Leinster SHC round robin date with Westmeath on Sunday.
Westmeath manager Michael Ryan believes that home advantage should count for something when his charges meet Offaly in the Leinster SHC Round Robin series at Cusack Park on Sunday afternoon.
Fresh from their relegation to Division Four, Westmeath have been dealt a further blow with the news that they will be missing at least three players for the Leinster SFC opener.
Our hurlers travelled to Crookedwood last Sunday morning to take on the home side in a league fixture.
St Lomans hosted Athlone in the league in Lakepoint Park on Wednesday evening last.
This week's Castlepollard GAA club notes.
TEG Cusack Park in Mullingar will host a Leinster hurling championship double-header between Westmeath and Offaly next Sunday.
The official opening of Killucan GAA Pitches and Killucan Park Development Community/Sports Centre will take place on Sunday next the 1st.May
Our Annual Golf Classic is on Monday 2nd May at Esker Hills Golf Club and is our major fund raiser for the club so we are looking for Sponsorship and teams to participate on the day
GAA Lotto Draw Sunday night in Fitzgeralds Lounge with jackpot is €6,400
We are scheduled to play St. Loman's on Saturday evening next @7pm in Mullingar. All support greatly appreciated.
Our Under 6 squad had another instalment of training last Saturday morning. We welcome Kevin and Eoin, two new trainers who have joined the group.
We face high flying Milltown in our second game in the ACFL Division 3 on Tuesday evening in Ballinagore.
A great day to be Irish ... and particularly a Dub!
Unfortunatly we are still searching for our first win in this league that will hopefully kick us in to gear as we went down narrowly to Athlone last Sunday.
Westmeath Minor Hurlers qualified for a Leinster Quarter final clash with Offaly by virtue of a useful 1-17 to 0-15 win over Meath at TEG Cusack Park on Saturday 23rd April
Shamrocks produced their best performance to date in this Division 2 League match played in Springfield.
Our Junior team managed to put the disappointment of the previous weeks championship defeat firmly behind them when they defeated Tubberclair in the league on Friday evening last winning by 6 points.