Having reclaimed the Westmeath SHC crown, Raharney will be eager to produce another good performance against Carlow outfit St Mullins at Cusack Park on Sunday.
Two Westmeath titles in three years proves just how enterprising Johnny Greville's team have been, but Raharney want to embark on a provincial adventure.
St Mullins recently completed a three in a row in Carlow and Marty Kavanagh is their chief threat in attack. Seamus Murphy, Paudie Kehoe, and James Doyle are other important figures for St Mullins, but Raharney have been improving steadily throughout the year.
A remarkable second-half display in which Raharney scored 2-16 was enough to overcome Clonkill. The Doyles, Robbie Greville, and veteran John Shaw remain key figures for Raharney.