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Glentoran Ladies have won the Danske Bank NI Women's Premiership title after winning their decider, 3-2 against Cliftonville Ladies.
The result leaves Glentoran three points above their rivals in the table, with one match left to play, but a superior head-to-head record over the Reds means that they cannot be overhauled.
Glentoran got off to the perfect start when Caragh Hamilton gave them an early lead and Kerry Bailie added a second just after the half hour mark. Cliftonville battled back after the break and got themselves back on level terms thanks to Louise McDaniel and a Megan Moran own goal but three minutes later, Kerry Beattie put the Glens back in front and they hung on for the win and their second title in a row.
Crusaders made sure that they will finish in third place following their 2-1 victory over Sion Swifts. Cora Chambers gave Sion the lead after 12 minutes but the Crues hit back, Emily Wilson equalising midway through the first half and a late own goal gave them the points.
Linfield Ladies meanwhile ran out 4-1 winners against Derry City. Katie Dickson and Ebony Leckey ensured that Linfield took a two-goal lead during the first half, before Tara O'Connor pulled one back for the Candystripes just before the interval. Rebecca Bassett restored the advantage five minutes into the second half and Amy Trueick wrapped up the result with the fourth goal, fifteen minutes from time.
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