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The top two remain locked on points at the top of the Danske Bank NI Women's Premiership, with three matches left to play, after both recorded victories in the latest round of fixtures.
Glentoran Ladies remain as leaders following their 2-0 victory away to Crusaders Strikers. The first half was goalless but three minute after the restart, Kerry Beattie volleyed the Glens in front and Beattie then turned provider for a late second goal, scored by Joely Andrews, to put the seal on three precious points.
Cliftonville Ladies meanwhile stay level on points with Glentoran as they scored nine times without reply past Derry City. Caitlin McGuinness opened the scoring in the opening minute for the Reds and she went on to find the net five times in total, whilst sister Kirsty McGuinness weighed in with a hat-trick. Marissa Callaghan also got on the scoresheet to help Cliftonville pep up their title challenge.
There were plenty of goals on offer in the other game as well at Linfield where visitors Sion Swifts won a thrilling game 4-3. However, it looked at one stage as though Linfield were on course for the points, taking a first half lead through Rebecca Bassett which was cancelled out by Aimee Neal, and then a Katie Dickson double put Linfield 3-1 up by the hour. Two goals in a four minute spell from Cora Chambers brought Sion back on level terms and Caoirse Doherty completed the comeback when she grabbed the winner with four minutes remaining.
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