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Linfield are celebrating their third Danske Bank Women's Premiership title in a row after beating Glentoran 5-3 at the Oval on Friday night...
The Blues were 3-0 down at half-time but stormed back to clinch the championship in style.
Kirsty McGuinness grabbed two goals with one each for Rebecca McKenna, Rebecca Bassett and Ashley Hutton.
Skipper Sarah Venney has told Q Radio it more than makes amends for losing to their rivals in the Irish Cup final a week ago...
.@LinfieldLadies stage stunning 5-goal 2nd half comeback to avenge cup final defeat & clinch @DanskeBank_UK Women's Prem @GlentoranWomen. Blues skipper Sarah Venney: "Best way to win the league!" More on air throughout morning & https://t.co/boX2EdCtC7 @OfficialBlues @Glentoran pic.twitter.com/8i40gAAwNG— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 29, 2018
Well we said they needed the most incredible comeback to take the title and guess what? That’s exactly what they’ve done! @LinfieldLadies 3-0 down at half-time have beaten @GlentoranWomen 5-3 at the Oval to win #DanskeWomensPrem - again! Congratulations!!!!! pic.twitter.com/IM5Fp7rk8p— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 28, 2018
Attention turns to the men's Premiership on Saturday afternoon.
New Dungannon boss Kris Lindsay makes a Swift return to his old club, league leaders Glenavon.
Linfield host Ballymena, Cliftonville welcome Ards, Coleraine travel to Newry, Institute have Crusaders and Glentoran face Warrenpoint Town at the Q Radio Arena.
They all start at 3pm.