De La Salle camogie boss Conor O'Toole hopes that the home support can inspire them to victory in Saturday's Munster semi final against Drom and Inch.
After winning their first senior county title last month, O'Toole expects a big turnout in Gracedieu for the visit of the Tipperary champions.
"We couldn't have hoped for a better draw, getting home advantage in our first Munster club match. It's a huge day for the club. I've no doubt that come 2 o'clock Gracedieu is going to be absolutely packed with supporters. They've been great all year."
The SETU Arena went bananas when Salle got over the line against Gailltir. "I lost the use of my legs and I dropped to the ground! I could just feel that relief and happiness straight away. I ran out on the field then like a crazed lunatic!"
De La Salle v Drom & Inch in the Munster club camogie semi final will live on WLR from 1.45 on Saturday with thanks to Supermacs Barronstrand Street, Dunmore Road and Cork Road.
Listen back to the full interview with Conor O'Toole from WLR's Lár Na Páirce show.