Q Radio Sport
Newly-crowned Danske Bank Women's Premiership champions Glentoran will be presented with their trophy tonight as they host Derry City.
The Glens retained the title with a win against closest rivals Cliftonville, also at the BetMcLean Oval, last week.
They're now going for the treble with County Antrim and Irish Cup finals coming up against Crusaders.
Also in the final round of league fixtures - the Reds welcome Sion Swifts and Crusaders go to Linfield.
Huge week ahead for women's football. Kicks off Wed. night as @GlentoranWomen lift #DanskeWomensPrem new trophy at #BetMcLean Oval game v @derrycityfcw— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) October 5, 2021
Co. Antrim Cup final Seaview Sat. & Irish Cup final Windsor, Friday week - both Glens v @CruesStrikers
Sport on air from 7am pic.twitter.com/eQKzfdtXH7
Linfield are through to the County Antrim Shield quarter-finals after beating Ards 1-0 last night.
The only goal at Windsor Park was scored by Marty Donnelly, his first for the Blues since leaving Larne in the summer.
FT: County Antrim Shield @OfficialBlues 1@ArdsFC1900 0— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) October 5, 2021
Marty Donnelly goal. Blues progress to a quarter-final meeting v @dundelaofficial who beat @CarrickRangers in the 1st round@stuart523's team go to Windsor on Saturday but they're now on a roll & 4th a point above Blues! pic.twitter.com/rTCFXorWqq