NIWFA: St Oliver Plunkett fightback to edge seven-goal thriller

East Belfast v Mid Ulster
East Belfast v Mid Ulster was abandoned due to a serious injury. (Bob Hall Sports Photography)

Northern Ireland Women’s FA League results featured a seven-goal thriller and a 14-year-old’s first senior goal.

NIWFA Championship

East Belfast A-A Mid Ulster
Comber Rec 2-3 Belfast Celtic
Ballymena United 1-6 Lisburn

Division 1

Larne 8-1 Crewe United
Portadown 0-8 Foyle Belles
Ballymacash Rangers 6-0 Coleraine

Division 2

Bangor 1-8 Carnmoney Athletic
St Oliver Plunkett 4-3 Larne Olympic

Division 3

Moneyslane 1-11 Camlough Rovers
Carnmoney 1-4 Ballynahinch

Division 4

Ballymoney United 11-0 Dromara Village
Belfast Ravens Reserves 1-7 Greenisland
Rosario YC 8-0 22nd Club

Division 5

Strabane Athletic 3-2 Lisburn Ladies Swifts
Newhill 3-3 Craigavon City

Greenisland were 7-1 winners over Belfast Ravens.
Greenisland won 7-1 at Belfast Ravens Reserves, Lauren Smith four goals, Stacey Wilson three. (Photo: Ephy McConnell)

East Belfast versus Mid-Ulster was abandoned in the 57th minute after the hosts Alie Hamilton suffered a very bad knee injury. Mid-Ulster were leading 3-1 at the time.

Belfast Celtic’s 3-2 result at Comber Rec featured a Leola McErlane double, while Lisburn hit hosts Ballymena United for six.

St Oliver Plunkett Ladies
St Oliver Plunkett were 4-3 winners. (Photo: SOPFC)

St Oliver Plunkett came from 2-0 down to defeat Larne Olympic 4-3 in a Division 2 thriller, Chelsey Edwards scoring twice for the hosts, 14-year-old Morgan Hanna with her first senior goal for Larne.

Carnmoney Athletic’s Aimee Kerr claimed five of the goals in her side’s 8-1 success at Bangor.

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