Paddy Dowdall's side were beaten by Naas after extra time.
It was heartbreak for St Loman's in the Leinster Club Senior Football Championship semi final on Sunday.
The Westmeath champions were beaten by Kildare champions Naas after extra time on a scoreline of 1-15 to 1-10 in TEG Cusack Park.
Despite holidng a four point lead going into the final 20 minutes, Naas fought back to claim a draw after normal time, and sealed victory in extra time thanks to a goal from Darragh Kirwan, who ended the game with 1-06 from play.
Speaking to Gerry Russell after the game, Manager Paddy Dowdall says his side gave everything they had over the 80 minutes: