"It is always good to be involved in games and get our club to a final; it should be a really good game," said Holroyd, sitting in the WRU office.
"It's actually a really nice balance to have that involvement and still see what it is like on the other side of the fence as well. I really enjoy being hands on and will play as long as I can do and the body allows me to.
"The finals are down at Waunarlwydd on Sunday, a Plate final at 1pm and our Cup final at 3pm, there are good players on both sides so it should be a good tough contest.
"Sophie Bennett is also playing for the Quins so there is a good representation for us. Cup finals are usually close and I am sure this will be - I could not say which way it will go."