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Welcome to the online home of the Northern Ireland Women’s Football Association (NIWFA).

This is where you will find an abundance of information of clubs, fixtures, leagues and match reports! 

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ELECTRIC IRELAND CHAMPIONSHIP
The return to Championship football this week threw up one massive shock as league leaders Ballymena United were trounced 7-1 by St James Swifts in a result which saw Larne ladies draw level with United at the top of the league standings. St James were in devastating form as they inflicted United’s biggest league defeat of the season thanks to goals from Cathy Kelly (x 2), Siobhan Bell (x 2 ), Claire Shaw, Rachel Dennison and an og from Chelsea Millar. United’s consolation came from Megan Henry.
 
As already stated Larne Ladies made the most of United’s slip up to move level at the top of the Championship table after defeating fellow league challengers Foyle Belles 4-0 at Inver Park through goals from Leola McErlane (x 2), Teah Maguire and Francesca Agnew. Foyle now find themselves three points behind joint leaders Larne and Ballymena United.
 
At the other end of the table Coleraine Ladies continue to struggle although they battled hard before eventually losing 0-4 to Ballymacash Rangers with the goals in that one coming from a Tracy Orr double and strikes from Deborah McCarthy and Chloe Glover. Highlights from this game will be online over the weekend.
 
And in the Championships final game this week Killen’s long journey to Comber Rec was worthwhile as they won 2-1 thanks to a late strike from Emma Kee on 85 minutes. Earlier on in the game Lucy Carville had given the hosts the lead only for Lauren McCann to level for the visitors.
 
ELECTRIC IRELAND DIVISION ONE
League leaders Lisburn Rangers had no game this week with nearest placed Ballyclare Comrades making the most of this situation to close the gap at the top of the table to three points following a comfortable win over Crewe United Ladies. In the divisions other games Belfast Celtic won at home to Armagh City with Bangor Ladies also picking up three points after a win over strugglers Portadown Ladies.
 

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