Vera Pauw called together a group of home based players for session's this week.
Athlone Town's Muireann Devaney was part of a home based Ireland Women's National Team training camp this week.
The teenager has represented Ireland and underage level and continued her strong performances for Athlone this season.
Devaney came through the ranks at Sligo Rovers, winning their U17 player of the season last year.
The lack of a senior side in the North-West meant the Leitrim native joined the midlanders to begin her career in the Women's National League.
She's also been part of Glencar/Manorhamilton's success in winning the Leitrim LGFA title in 2020 and also represented her native county at senior level.
Head Coach Vera Pauw has been running her eye over a group of home based players at Abbottstown this week.
Our very own Muireann Devaney at homebase training camp for Ireland Senior LadiesPosted by Athlone Town AFC Ladies on Friday, April 30, 2021
Athlone's women are back at home for the first time in a month tomorrow.
They welcome Cork City for a 7pm start.
Tommy Hewitt's team will be missing two players through suspension following last weekend's defeat to Wexford.