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Top two continue fast start

The top two continued their fast start to the new season and Cliftonville Ladies hold on to the leadership after beating Crusaders Strikers 4-1. Amy McGivern did give Crusaders a second minute lead but a goal in each half from Caitlin McGuinness, plus a Marissa Callaghan penalty and late Toni-Leigh Finnegan strike, gave Cliftonville a third straight win.

Glentoran also maintained their 100% start as they won 7-1 against local rivals Linfield. Casey Howe and Lauren Wade each scored twice for the Glens and they were joined on the scoresheet by Makyla Mulholland, Jessica Foy and Nadene Caldwell, whilst Linfield’s second half consolation came from Rachel McConnell.

Sion Swifts are heading the teams chasing after the top two, moving themselves up to third by beating Mid Ulster Ladies 3-0. Cora Chambers put Sion in front midway through the first half and Aime Durn made it two ahead of half time, before Naomi McLaughlin rounded off the scoring from the penalty spot, seven minutes from time.

Lisburn Ladies meanwhile secured their first Danske Bank NI Women's Premiership point as they battled out a scoreless draw with Derry City, who are also off the mark for the season. In an evenly contested match, the best chance of the encounter came four minutes from time as Lisburn’s Jessica Hall saw her penalty saved by Candystripes goalkeeper Clare Friel.