Larne defeated Ballymacash Rangers 2-0 to ensure their promotion to the NIFL Danske Bank Women’s Premiership.
While Holly Robinson and Hollie Johnston were on target for Championship-winning Larne, Foyle Belles had a comfortable 3-0 win over Comber Rec thanks with two goals from Abby Alexander, St James put a dozen past Killen 12-0 as eight players made the scoresheet and Ballymena United received a walkover against Coleraine.
ELECTRIC IRELAND DIVISION ONE
There was also cause for celebration in Division One this week, as Lisburn Rangers easily swept aside Bangor to seal promotion to the NIWFA Championship. Crewe United came out on top in a high scoring encounter against Armagh City.
ELECTRIC IRELAND DIVISION TWO
Camlough Rovers proved their worth as leaders, brushing aside the challenge of Banbridge Town. St Oliver Plunkett had a great win away to Ballymena United Reserves. Camlough are now three points ahead of second placed Kilmore Rec, however Kilmore have a game in hand.
ELECTRIC IRELAND DIVISION THREE
Leaders Ballymoney United dropped their first points of the season as Rosario held them to a battling draw, a result which suited Antrim Rovers who leapfrogged Rosario into second place following a comprehensive win over Banbridge Rangers. Elsewhere there were wins for Greenisland and Ambassadors, who defeated Shamrock and Belfast Ravens respectively.
ELECTRIC IRELAND DIVISION FOUR
Craigavon City defeated Strabane Athletic to be crowned champions, Lisburn Ladies Swifts moved into joint second place following their win away to Ballymoney Reserves, while the 22nd Ladies edged home in a high-scoring game against Moneyslane.
ELECTRIC IRELAND DIVISION FIVE A
Two defeats in seven days, this time to Maiden City, have all but ended Lisburn Distillery’s hopes of winning the division. That result sees Maiden City move to the top, however second-placed Lisbellaw do have a game in hand.
ELECTRIC IRELAND DIVISION FIVE B
Draperstown Diamonds and Comber Rec Reserves kept up their 100% records with wins over First Bangor and Antrim Rovers respectively, Raceview had a comfortable home win over Antrim Rovers.
PWC SUPER CUP QUARTER FINAL
St James Swifts are through to the semi-finals following a 5-0 win over Ballyclare Comrades, despite the Comrades hitting the woodwork on four occasions. Amber Dempster scored all five goals for the Swifts.