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A woman has been elected head of a local football association for the first time.
Cheryl Lamont is the new president of the County Antrim FA.
The former Glentoran player and manager had been vice-president for the past two years.
She was appointed to the UEFA Women's Football Committee last year.
⚽️ County Antrim FA elects first woman president in its 132-year history - former @Glentoran @GlentoranWomen Belfast United player and manager Cheryl Lamont. CAFA calls it “historic landmark.”— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 22, 2020
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After an international break for most teams, the Danske Bank Women's Premiership has a full programme of three games on Wednesday night.
Leaders by three points Sion Swifts go to Cliftonville.
Second face third at the Oval with Glentoran against Belfast rivals Crusaders.
Fourth-placed Linfield are off to the Brandywell to take on bottom club Derry City.