John Keily's all star team are chasing an unprecedented fifth consecutive All Ireland title this year.
The four in a row All Ireland hurling champions are coming to Mullingar this weekend, and Westmeath's manager wants his players to savour the challenge.
Joe Fortune watched a callow selection fall to Galway in Salthill last time out in their league opener by 31 points, despite trailing by just 8 at half time.
Limerick made a winning start to their campaign, picking off a spirited Antrim performance on a final scoreline of 1-36 to 1-9.
Westmeath's stated priority is developing players through the league, and competing to win the Joe McDonagh Cup.
Fortune looks forward to Limerick's visit with David Hollywood:
Throw-in at TEG Cusack Park is set for 2pm on Sunday.
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