Q Radio Sport
It was a big Sunday of local sport with success for Derry City, Linfield Ladies and the Tyrone women's Gaelic football team.
Derry beat Cobh Ramblers 3-1 in the EA Sports Cup final at the Brandywell.
It happened just days after councillors voted to rename the ground after the late club captain Ryan McBride.
Manager Kenny Shiels dedicated the victory to the 27-year-old who died suddenly last year.
https://t.co/CmAkxCuGs0— John-Paul McGinley (@jpjphotography1) September 16, 2018
Full time gallery as @derrycityfc lift the 2018 EA Sports Cup vs @CobhRamblersFC . Final Score 3-1. @ExtratimeNews @league_ireland @thejungleview @SoccerDonegal1
Linfield Ladies just need a point from their last three matches to retain the Danske Bank Women's Premiership.
It's after the Blues chalked up a 9-0 victory away to bottom club, Portadown.
.@NorthernIreland star @KirstyMcG11 grabbed another couple of goals for @LinfieldLadies @pfcladies but needed a helping hand from the equally impressive @CaitlinMcGuinn4 - and she's just had this reminder from little sis! How could she forget?! #DanskeWomensPrem pic.twitter.com/BkILoX4JPG— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 16, 2018
In GAA, the Tyrone women won the All-Ireland intermediate football title.
The Red Hands hammered Meath in the final at Croke Park.
The final score was six goals and eight points to 1-14.
Red Hand ladies get their hands on the silverware - the new All-Ireland Intermediate Champions! @TyroneGAALive https://t.co/bLY5FVezr7— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 16, 2018