The final score in TEG Cusack Park was 1-20 to 0-17 in favour of Limerick.
Westmeath came close to delivering the shock of the season in the Allianz National Hurling Leagues over the weekend.
Limerick needed a 63rd minute goal to move into position to win their Division 1B contest in TEG Cusack Park yesterday afternoon.
David Williams starred for Westmeath, scoring 10 points, the majority of which came in the first half.
Niall Mitchell narrowly missed a shot at goal late on as well.
The final score in Mullingar was 1-20 to 0-17 in favour of the four in a row All Ireland champions.
Joe Fortune tells Midlands 103 he's thrilled with his side's performance but can't evade the feeling of disappointment over the final result:
After the game Paul O'Donovan of the Westmeath Topic and Midlands 103 analyst Gerry Buckley reflected on a strong performance in defeat for Westmeath:
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