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Northern Ireland girls make impression
A Northern Ireland Under-
They won five out of the six games they played at the international youth football tournament.
First up for Stephen Graham’s team was a game against Maiden City Colts at Clooney Park West 1 in Derry-
On matchday two, against Sion Swifts at The Glebe in Strabane, they scored four once more. Havern and Hurl both netted again, while Emilee Leacock and Aoife Gargan got the other goals in a 4-
Their third game in Group K brought a third victory. They topped their group after defeating Cootehill Harps from Co Cavan 1-
Even though they won their group, unfortunately their goal difference was not enough to enable them to enter the main competition for the Foyle Cup (top eight teams in the group stages). Instead they were placed in the Foyle Plate competition where they lost out 1-
This afternoon they defeated Cliftonville 2-
More than 450 teams from across the island of Ireland, Britain, the rest of Europe and North America took part in this year’s week-
Each year Foyle Cup matches are staged across Northern Ireland's North West and in Co Donegal.
The Northern Ireland WU15/U14 squad for the Foyle Cup was as follows:
Madison Bell (Linfield Ladies), Zara McAvoy (Glentoran Women), Chloe Beckinsale, Sophie Geddis and Daisy Moore (all Crusaders Strikers), Lily-