Main Stand Tickets are available for Saturday evening’s match in Tallaght Stadium.

The team picked up another point on the road in Galway on Saturday but you’ll probably feel it should have been three with the number of good saves their keeper made on the day?

“We created enough chances to go and win the game. When you look at the stats on it, I think we had 16 attempts on goal and they only had 8. We had 59% possession but you can have all the possession and all the stats that you want, it’s about how many times you put it in the back of the net. That’s the one that counts and that’s probably the one where we just need a little bit of luck at times, but overall, I was happy enough with the performance.”

Were the positives the good goal by Jaime Thompson, as her star continues to rise, and also that we maintained our unbeaten start to the season at a tough venue?

“It is a tough place to go to so there are some positives to take out of it. Jaime has continued on where she left off before the international break and another positive is that we continued to play the right way, even though we went behind. We didn’t panic, we didn’t change our style of play. We stuck to what we know best and we got a goal out of it. Another positive was being able to have Sav McCarthy make her debut on the night.”

How was Sav feeling to finally be back on the pitch after 13 months with injury and were all her teammates happy for her as well?

“Yes, I think everybody was happy for her. We’ve seen the work that she’s put in and how dedicated she has been to try to get back onto that pitch. So, I think everybody was very happy to see her back, and she did well too. I think she’s going to be very important for us this season “

Are the players and staff excited for the first derby in Tallaght?

“We always look forward to the game itself. It doesn’t matter who we’re playing, we always try and at least put on some sort of show. We’ll try to continue what we’ve been working on the last couple of weeks and it gives us another opportunity to do that. To do it in Tallaght always makes it a bit sweeter.”

Because of the clubs involved, Rovers and Bohs, is there always going to be an edge to it with bragging rights at stake as well as points?

“I don’t think so – you still get the same amount of points on Saturday as we did last Saturday or the following Saturday. So, I don’t think there will be any emphasis put on the game itself.”

Having said that, are you anticipating our biggest crowd of the season so far?

“I hope so. As the season goes on, I would like to see us attract bigger and bigger crowds. Each of the games so far have been entertaining so those who do come along get good value for their money, so we’re hoping for a good crowd this Saturday. “

Stephanie Zambra and Maria Reynolds are still out but is anyone else an injury doubt going into Saturday?

“No, they’re the only two injuries that we have, which is good, and they’re working hard to try and get back. We’ve had a good week’s training session and we’re hoping we’ll be able to take what we’ve worked on and bring it into Saturday.”