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The Northern Ireland under-19 women are off to a flying start in the Euro qualifiers.
They kicked off their campaign with a magnificent 7-1 victory over Estonia at Shamrock Park on Tuesday night.
Alexandra Collighan scored twice and there was one each for skipper Megan Bell, Kelsie Burrows, Louise McDaniel, Kaitlyn Canavan and Kaia Deane.
Alfie Wylie's Green and White Army girls return to Portadown for their second group game against Kosovo on Friday.
What a second half!! 😄 Our Women U19s get their first Euro Qualifier off to a flyer! They next face Kosovo on Friday at @Portadownfc at 7pm! 👍🏽#GAWA pic.twitter.com/h53NQv6J4n— Official Irish FA (@OfficialIrishFA) October 2, 2018
Second place in the Danske Bank Women's Premiership will be decided on Wednesday night when Glentoran face Cliftonville at the Dub.
A draw would do for the Glens who lead their Belfast rivals by a point going into the final game for both teams.
Its that time again, last game of the season! We want YOU to come along and cheer the Reds as we take on Irish Cup winners @GlentoranWomen at The Dub Wed 8pm. Winner takes runners up spot in the 2018 @OfficialNIFL #DanskeWomensPrem so yes, there's all to play for! @qnewsdesk pic.twitter.com/IVANLI8GLF— CliftonvilleLadiesFC (@CVilleLadiesFC) October 2, 2018
The other fixture is a basement battle, Derry City hosting Portadown.
Meanwhile, the Ports will face East Belfast in promotion-relegation play-off games on Sunday and next Wednesday.
NEWS | The NI Football League can confirm the dates of the @DanskeBank_UK Women’s Premiership promotion & relegation playoff games.— OfficialNIFL (@OfficialNIFL) October 2, 2018
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