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

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WEEKLY REVIEW w/c 19 JUNE
 
CHAMPIONSHIP
It’s very much as you were at the top of the Championship with the top three sides all securing comfortable wins in the last seven days with league leaders Ballymena United Women taking no prisoners as they brushed aside Killen Rangers 13-0 thanks mainly to four goal hauls from Megan Henry and Olivia Brown with Hannah Firth (x2), Beth Hunter, Niamh McGaughey and Laura McKillen completing the rout.
Second placed Foyle Belles weren’t to be outdone as they continued to pile the pressure on Coleraine Ladies winning 10-0 at the Showgrounds through strikes from Ellie Redden (x4), Bronagh Dunne (x2), Eva Ferguson and a hat-trick from former Bannsider Abby Alexander.
Third placed Larne also kept in the hunt winning 4-1 at Comber Rec with Hollie Johnston netting a double for the Inver reds in this one. Larne’s other goals came courtesy of Francesca Agnew and an og with Comber’s sole reply coming in the 75th minute from Shannon McCullough.
And in the Championships final game of the week it was St James Swifts who secured the points winning 4-0 at Ballymacash Rangers through goals from the in form Claire Shaw (x2), Amber Dempster and Aimee Johnston. Match highlights and post match interviews from this one can be found elsewhere on our social media content.
 
DIVISION ONE
After failing to take a few early chances, second placed Ballyclare Comrades were made to pay by the as always ruthless Lisburn Rangers who continue to dominate Division One thanks to a 5-0 win over their nearest rivals. Rangers are now three points clear at the top with a game in hand over second placed Ballyclare.
Elsewhere Bangor Ladies had a solid 3-0 win over Armagh City whilst Crewe United had to battle back from two goals down before securing a 2-2 with Belfast Celtic.

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