It’s a four-way tie at the top of the North West Women’s Super League following the latest series of matches on Thursday night.
Fanad United suffered a first defeat of the season as they lost out to Greencastle at Chapel Lane, while there were wins for Bonagee United, Illies Celtic and Lagan Harps.
Greencastle, Illies, Bonge and Fanad are locked on 9 points, with Lagan tucked in behind on six.
Lagan Harps 6 Clonmany Shamrocks 1
Lagan dominated the first half with two goals from Bronagh Gallagher and a wonder strike by Shannon Cunningham.
Clonmany came more into it in the second half with Mary T Doherty threatening from midfield, however at the other end Shannon Cunningham scored twice to complete her hat-trick.
Cathy Doherty pulled on back for Clonmany.
Neve Scanlan had to pull of a great save from a Katelyn McDaid shot. Heather Dougherty rounded up the scoring for Lagan.
Best for Lagan were Shannon Cunningham and Catherine Grier, while Mary T Doherty and Ciara Harkin impressed for Clonmany.
Moville Celtic 1 Bonagee United 9
Bonagee United returned to winning ways on Thursday night in Glencrow.
Captain Natalie McFadden scored a hat-trick for the Dry Arch girls against a young Moville side, who showed enough in a heavy defeat to outline their potential for the future.
Raymond Dougal’s young charges battled from start to finish and Erin Coyle marched in behind for an impressive first-half goal.
Moville kept up the fight to the finish and it took a fine save by Claire Friel to keep Moville at bay in the second half while the hosts also rattled the woodwork.
McFadden slotted home to give Bonagee the lead and Siobhan Sweeney got in for her first senior goal.
After Chantelle Grant’s deft free was touched down by McFadden, Niamh McCarthy got in on the act before McFadden added to the tally.
Alice Diver riffled home from long-range for her second in two games and the ever-impressive Sweeney got in to double her tally.
A brilliant finish by Julie McCloy had Bonagee well in command. McFadden completed her hat-trick in the second-half and young Michaela Carolan got in for her first senior goal late in the game.
WFAI Intermediate Cup, Sunday May 27, 2pm
Bonagee United v Illies Celtic
North West Women’s Super League, Thursday May 31, 7.30pm
Clonmany Shamrocks v Greencastle FC
Bonagee United v Fanad United
Illies Celtic v Mobile
Carndonagh v Lagan Harps