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Clare Shine reflected on her SWF Scottish Cup Final hat-trick against Hibernian last week, and warned that Glasgow City will be an even tougher prospect next season.
The 20-year-old Republic of Ireland striker scored all three goals in City's 3-0 victory, which clinched a fourth successive domestic treble, but remained in a modest mood over the enormity of her achievement when speaking to Women's Soccer Scene.
"I'm absolutely delighted to have scored a hat-trick," she said. "It was a great team performance and gladly I was in the right place at the right time."
When asked if she could recall anything about the goals she scored, she laughed: "I can just remember saying to myself 'hit the target and the wind and rain will do the rest.'"
Clare joined Glasgow City from Raheny United during the mid-season break and she admitted that things have gone better for her at the club than expected.
"I came over to Glasgow City just back from injury," she explained, "so I knew it was going to take me a few months to settle in and to get my fitness back, so I'm really happy with how the season went.
"I have really enjoyed myself, all the players and staff welcomed me with open arms so it made it that bit easier."
As for next season, Clare insists that the team will be even stronger than before. "Definitely," she replied. "With the likes of Sarah Crilly coming back from a long term injury towards the very end of the season, it was a great boost and she will be a great asset for the team next year.
"Also, Fiona Brown will be returning from injury too, so there is a lot to look forward to next season at Glasgow City."
(Photo - Tommy Hughes)
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