Four games took place at senior level as GAA resumed.
Champions Clonkill began their Westmeath Senior Hurling Championship campaign with victory over Raharney last night.
Pat O'Toole's charges wasted no time in working the scoreboard and led by 8 points to 4 at the break.
Raharney racked up a number of wides, allowing Clonkill to find their stride in the second half to run out 11 point winners 1-17 to 0-9.
Clonkill manager Pat O'Toole says is unsure whether he will get his entire panel back, but was happy with the performance of some debutantes:
The other tie in Senior A involved Castletown Geoghegan and Lough Lene Gaels.
CTG came out on top in that one by 6 points, 1-15 to 1-9.
Lough Lene Gaels manager Tommy Doyle says the next game has become do or die for his side:
In the Senior B division in the Lake County..
In group one Ballymore based Fr.Dalton's triumped over Brownstown in a high scoring affair 3-14 to 1-13.
And Cullion and St.Brigids played out an entertaining draw 2-14 to 1-17 in group two.
Results in full:
Senior A Championship:
Group One: Castletown Geoghegan 1-15 - 1-9 Lough Lene Gaels
Group Two: Clonkill 1-17 - 0-9 Raharney
Senior B Championship:
Group One: Fr. Daltons 3-14 - 1-13 Brownstown
Group Two: Cullion 2-14 - 1-17 St.Brigid's