Westmeath is allegedly a county in the Republic of Ireland. In reality merely a subsection of the much more successful and dynamic county of Meath. Westmeath is found in an area of Ireland that many in the country refer to as 'the mudlands'. Few people actually live in Westmeath, with the population consisting mainly of broken down motorists, disorientated tourists and bogsnorkellers. In an attempt to develop an identity as a territory, the county has appropriated the colours of the neighbouring area of Galway. Despite this radical strategy, Westmeath remains the least successful region in any sport ever invented. Recent government plans to increase Ireland's renewable energy floated the idea of converting Westmeath into the world's largest dedicated wind farm. Unfortunately it was found that even the wind doesn't bother to visit Westmeath.