Both return to action next weekend.
It was a mixed start for Athlone Town in the Men's First Division and Women's National League this weekend.
Goals from new signings Stephen Meaney and Adam Wixted goal secured a valuable point for Adrian Carberry's side away to UCD.
Next up for them is a home tie with John Caufield's Galway United on Good Friday.
Centre back Jonathan Carlin will be returning from suspension and available for selection.
Meanwhile Tommy Hewitt's new look Women's side opened up with a 2-0 defeat at home to Shelbourne.
The average age of the midlanders squad is just 20 years-old, one of the youngest in the division.
They now turn their attention to an away trip to Treaty United of Limerick.
Disappointed today with our loss to Shelboure. But so proud to see our girls go toe 2 toe with one of the top @FAI_WNL teams. We still a very young team ( our average age has gone slightly up from 19 to 20 years) but we added quality footballers to the squad both young and mature— Athlone Town AFC Ladies (@AfcAthlone) March 28, 2021