The midlanders have lost two games at home in a row.
Shamrock Rovers consigned Athlone Town to their second consecutive defeat in the Women's Premier Division over the weekend.
A Lia O'Leary first half strike was enough to separate the sides.
That result means the Dublin side remain unbeaten in the league while Athlone remain sixth in the standings.
Tommy Hewitt's side were beaten by the odd goal last time out against Shelbourne.
They'll be looking to get back to winning form this weekend when they travel to Dublin to take on Bohemians.
Standings | SSE Airtricity Women’s Premier Division— LOI Women (@LoiWomen) May 13, 2023
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Our coverage of Athlone Town is with thanks to Munnelly Opticians, Monksland Athlone and the HSE’s public minor injury unit located at the Charter Medical Campus, Ballinderry in Mullingar.