Castletown will be hoping to overturn last years defeat in the Westmeath SHC Final.
It's also finals weekend in the Westmeath Senior Hurling Championship.
16-time winners Clonkill are going into the game looking for three in a row.
Challengers Castletown Geoghegan are the last side other than Clonkill to taste county final success, that came in 2017.
That game gets underway at 4 O'Clock Sunday afternoon in TEG Cusack Park in Mullingar.
It's a repeat of last years decider, where there was only a puck of a ball between them, Clonkill coming out 2-16 to 1-16 victors.
Their manager Pat O'Toole still has concerns about a couple of players:
Castletown Geoghegan have been equally impressive as the champions thus far this season.
Liam Varley, Aonghus Clarke and Niall O'Brien have come up big in the 2020 championship to date and they'll need to continue their stellar form for CTG to come out on top.
Castletown will also be part of the curtain raiser on the day, the U17 final against Raharney at 12pm.
Niall O'Brien of Castletown Geoghegan is looking to avenge last year's three point defeat: