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Glentoran have lifted the Danske Bank Women's Premiership League Cup, beating Sion Swifts 2-0 in Friday's final at Seaview.
Demi Vance scored both goals within a minute in the second half.
She earlier had a penalty saved by Sion's Jamaican World Cup goalkeeper Nicole McClure.
It was a night of double celebration for Glentoran's new American players as their national team also beat France in the World Cup quarter-finals.
Jessie Davis joined the Glens earlier this season while defensive partner Jackie Simpson only signed for the club last week.
🎥 A double celebration for #DanskeWomensPrem new American 🇺🇸 stars @jesssiedavis & @jackieeesimpson - they were outstanding at the back as @GlentoranWomen lifted the @OfficialNIFL League Cup - and #USA won @FIFAWWC “Super-proud...big, big night.” #JASSIE @Glentoran pic.twitter.com/9WHxfK5edD— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) June 28, 2019
🎥 Demi at the double! Here’s the #DanskeWomensPrem League Cup final match-winner @demi_ni - had pen saved v @SionSwiftsLFC & was determined to bounce back. So she did, struck twice in a minute! “I just wanted to do it for the team...” @GlentoranWomen @Glentoran #NIFL pic.twitter.com/s11HyttO88— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) June 28, 2019
🎥 Both keepers impressed in #NIFL League Cup final: @NorthernIreland @GlentoranWomen @emmahiggins_22 & #ReggaeGirlz @jff_football @SionSwiftsLFC @Nickle165 who saved a pen. Quite a month for Nicole after making debut @FIFAWWC. Gutted tonight, but back to ⚽️ tomorrow! pic.twitter.com/Dck2fbS35f— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) June 28, 2019
Also on Friday night, Derry City had an impressive 4-1 victory away to Cork City.
Junior hit a hat-trick after David Parkhouse opened the scoring.
The Candystripes stay fourth in the League of Ireland table.