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Cliftonville power on at top

Cliftonville Ladies power on at the top of the Danske Bank NI Women’s Premiership and remain five points ahead after winning 3-1 away to Linfield.

Kirsty McGuinness gave Cliftonville the lead against her former club on the stroke of half time but Linfield battled back after the break to equalise through Carla Devine. Erin Montgomery put the Reds back in front on the hour mark and McGuinness wrapped up the points with her second goal.

Glentoran bounced back after defeat to Cliftonville seven days earlier and it was Derry City who caught the backlash. Lauren Wade led the scoring with a hat-trick as the Glens ran out 7-0 winners, after Cora Morgan and Sarah Connolly had given them a two-goal lead. Connolly netted her second during the second half and Sasha Clare also got on the scoresheet for the reigning Champions.  

Crusaders Strikers have leapt up into third place, following their 4-1 victory away to its previous occupants, Sion Swifts. The home side had been unbeaten since the opening day of the season but found themselves two behind through a Caoimhe Walsh own goal and Mairead McCann. Kelly Crompton pulled a goal back for Sion before half time but McCann restored the two-goal advantage on the hour with her second goal and Emily Wilson capped an impressive result for her side with the final goal late on.

The two newly promoted side met each other, with both still seeking their first victory of the season, and it was Lisburn Ladies who broke that duck with a 4-2 victory away to Mid Ulster Ladies. Niamh O’Donnell’s early goal for Mid Ulster was cancelled out by Stacey Murdough on the half hour and Sara Stevenson netted twice ahead of half time. Roisin Bolger reduced the arrears after the break but Lisburn went on to seal the points when Stevenson scored her hat-trick goal.