Six of the best for the Blues while Glens stay in touch at the top with win at Solitude

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Blues skipper Kirsty McGuinness.

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Linfield continued their perfect start in the Danske Bank Women’s Premiership with a 3-0 victory at Derry City on Wednesday night.

Abbie Magee, Rebecca Bassett and captain Kirsty McGuinness were all on target for the Blues, who have won all six league games to date without conceding a goal.

Glentoran moved into second - leapfrogging Sion Swifts on goal difference - following a 4-1 victory over Cliftonville at Solitude.

First half goals from Rachel Rogan and Nadene Caldwell put the East Belfast side in control but Rachel McConnell grabbed one back for the Reds after the break.

However, a double from Kerry Beattie ensured the League Cup finalists remain within five points of leaders Linfield.



Crusaders Strikers ended a run of four straight league defeats with a five-goal victory at Londonderry Park against Comber Rec.

Caitlyn Hamilton, Danielle McDowell and Courtney Moore were all on target for Spike Hill’s side, with Amanda Morton netting a double.

The Crues remain fifth in the standings, three points behind Cliftonville, while Comber Rec and Derry City both stay on one point each.


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