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Cliftonville Ladies hold on to the early leadership of the Danske Bank NI Women's Premiership after they won 3-2 against Linfield Ladies on Wednesday night.
Kirsty McGuinness and Marissa Callaghan ensured that the Reds were two goals ahead at half time, before Rebecca Bassett gave Linfield hope by pulling one back midway through the second half. Toni-Leigh Finnegan scored from the penalty spot to give Cliftonville an important win, despite Rebecca McKenna reducing the arrears in injury time.
Glentoran made sure of keeping pace with Cliftonville, thanks to a 3-0 victory away to Sion Swifts. The match was goalless at half time but a 15-minute hat-trick in the second half from Kerry Beattie saw the Glens to their second straight win.
Crusaders are off the mark following their 4-1 win against Derry City. Lisa Armour and a Danielle McDowell penalty gave Crusaders a two-goal lead, before 17-year-old Grace Donaghey pulled a goal back for Derry via a long range free kick. Mairead McCann and Emily Wilson then added further goals to seal Crusaders' first points.
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