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Linfield Ladies host Glentoran in the Danske Bank Women's Premiership tonight.
It's the defending champions' first home game at the revamped Midgley Park beside Windsor.
Midfielder Aoife Lennon is set to make her Glens debut after getting international clearance on her return from New Zealand.
The former Newry City star has told Q Radio she can't wait to get into gear with her new team...
Into the second week of the @OfficialNIFL fixtures.. MatchDay Tomorrow!!— Glentoran Womens FC & Academy (@GlentoranWomen) April 24, 2018
⚽️Linfield v Glentoran
📆 Wedn 25th April
💷 Free Admission#WHATEVERITTAKES pic.twitter.com/TPmlvsnKSq pic.twitter.com/Z0lsAXMv9R
After a free week, Sion Swifts launch their campaign with a Darragh Park North West derby against Derry City Ladies.
Here's Sion skipper Claragh Connor...
No better way to kick off a league campaign than with a derby! Home to @derrycitylfc tonight at 8pm ⚽️ #SquadGoals pic.twitter.com/oIhlDsbfgn— Catherine Hyndman (@feelingdizzy05) April 25, 2018
The other fixture is Portadown Ladies against Crusaders Strikers.
Both the Ports and Derry are aiming to bounce back from conceding seven in their opening matches.
But Crues midfielder Heather Mearns expects a tough test at Shamrock Park...
All the games kick-off at 8pm.
The draw's been made for the quarter-finals of the Women's Premiership League Cup.
Linfield Ladies v Crusaders Strikers
Glentoran Women v Portadown Ladies
Derry City Ladies v Sion Swifts Ladies
Cliftonville Ladies (bye)
All ties to be played to a finish on May 9th with an 8pm kick-off.