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Glentoran have beaten Linfield for the second time this season in the Danske Women's Premiership.
The 4-1 away win moves the Glens level on points with Sion Swifts at the top of the table.
Sion's scheduled home game with Crusaders was called off - as was Derry against Cliftonville, both due to Covid-19 restrictions.
FT: #DanskeWomensPrem@LinfieldLadies 1@GlentoranWomen 4— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 30, 2020
Ebony Leckey scored for home side at Midgley Park.
Glens goals Caragh Hamilton, Sam Kelly x2 and Danielle Maxwell.
East Belfast side move above Blues and go level on points with Sion Swifts at top. pic.twitter.com/O5LiSXEsWv
Sam Kelly struck twice at Midgley Park with Caragh Hamilton and Danielle Maxwell also on target for the Glens.
Ebony Leckey grabbed what turned out to be Linfield's consolation goal.
Glentoran had beaten the Blues, the defending champions, 2-0 at the Oval at the start of September.
Confirmation 4-1 Big Two victory away to Linfield moves Glentoran level on points with Sion Swifts, who stay top of @DanskeBank_UK NI Women's Premiership on goal difference.@GlentoranWomen @LinfieldLadies @SionSwiftsLFC #DanskeWomensPrem pic.twitter.com/4ASApKRiPY— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 30, 2020
Glentoran Women - determined to take the title this season. Pic: GFC.