Player Profile: Allan Devine

This weekend the Leinster Senior Hurling Quarter-Finals between Laois V Offaly and Westmeath V Wexford take place. Ahead of these games, get to know more about the players  behind their county colours that are in action this weekend. First off is Westmeath and Castlepollard hurler Allan Devine. Devine is known for his ability to find the back of the net and will be hoping to do so this weekend for Westmeath against Wexford.

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Name: Allan Devine 
Club: Castlepollard
County: Westmeath 
Sport: Hurling
Occupation: Mergon international/Carpenter
Toughest opponent to mark for:
Club: Adam Price
County: Joesph Cooney
Role Model growing up: Dj Carey 
Aspirations for this weekend: Turning over Wexford with hard work and determination giving Westmeath hurling a massive boost 
Highlight of your GAA career so far: Becoming Captain of my club Castlepollard
Low light of your GAA career so far: Relegated to Club Intermediate 2006
Goals for your GAA career in the next five years: Hope to staying injury free, winning senior championship with club Castlepollard and hoping to compete in division 1 with Westmeath.

Fixture: Westmeath V Wexford – Cusack Park – 3.30pm

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