Q Radio Sport
Linfield will win the Danske Bank Women's Premiership tonight - if they beat Derry City by seven goals at the Brandywell.
If they don't, Sion Swifts take the title.
Derry and Comber Rec. are level on points at the bottom and one of them will be relegated.
Comber host Crusaders this evening.
Also in the final round of fixtures, Cliftonville welcome Glentoran.
D Day in #DanskeWomensPrem!@SionSwiftsLFC or @LinfieldLadies to be crowned champions. Blues need win by 7 goals @derrycityfcw in last game to retain title— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 25, 2019
Also @CVilleLadiesFC v @GlentoranWomen & @ComberRecLadies v @CruesStrikers
Comber or Derry to go down
All kick-off 8pm pic.twitter.com/mWYChTp6i4
🎥 @GlentoranWomen US defender @jesssiedavis could be back at Oval for a 2nd season next year— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 25, 2019
A star as Glens won trophy treble this summer
League finishes tonight @CVilleLadiesFC
Jessie says she's loved every minute in NI & isn't ruling out a return in 2020: @Glentoran pic.twitter.com/vMC1WfVYow
⭐️After a glorious 25-year playing career inc. 6 league titles, @CruesStrikers midfielder Nadine Murphy is hanging up her boots. 37-year-old to bow out tonight @ComberRecLadies Will now coach at Crues & continue to inspire next generation 👏 👏@NadineM42313850 #Deano #Legend pic.twitter.com/Spdrz5mqJq— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 25, 2019