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Glentoran maintained their lead of four points at the top of the Danske Bank NI Women's Premiership after scoring seven times without reply away to Derry City.
Kerry Beattie gave the Glens a third minute advantage, with Rachel Rogan adding a second on the quarter hour. After the break, Shannon Dunne made it three before Alison McMaster hit a hat-trick and Nadene Caldwell also got on the scoresheet.
Cliftonville stay on Glentoran's heels but were pushed all the way when beating Sion Swifts 3-2. Caoirse Doherty put Sion in front during the first half but the Reds hit back to lead at the break thanks to Marissa Callaghan and Kirsty McGuinness. Louise McDaniel netted what proved to be the winning goal in the opening minute of the second half, despite Kerry Brown pulling one back for Sion.
Crusaders Strikers remain on course for a top three place as they won a high scoring affair 6-2 against Linfield Ladies. Danielle McDowell gave Crusaders the lead from the penalty spot, with Keri Halliday equalising on the half hour, but the Crues were back in front by the interval thanks to Jessica Rea. Emily Wilson then put the game firmly in Crusaders' grip with a second half hat-trick, before Holly Otter rounded off the scoring late on.
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