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Girls Academy: Goal rades

A host of Cup ties with Ballyclare Comrades told the story of another busy weekend for the Cliftonville Girls Academy.

Less than a week since our senior stars got to grips with the Danske Bank Women’s Premiership trophy, we’re continuing to monitor the up-and-coming stars who hope to one day follow in their historic footsteps.

Girls Academy Team of the Week (November 5-6)

Ellie Shields (below) landed the Coaches’ Player of the Match award for her performance in Sunday’s Irish FA Games Development Programme encounter with Linfield.

Mia McStravick and Leah McCracken were both on target against Harland & Wolff Welders at Blanchflower Park.

Under-10s (Red)
Rachel Kerr (above, with Mollie McCrea) hit a double alongside strikes from Olivia McLoughlin, Liliana McKeown, Niadh Fegan, Carla Kelly and McCrea in the game with Ballyclare Comrades.

Under-10s (White)
The Divisional Cup clash with Belfast Swifts at Avoniel saw Katie Lewis and Clodagh Dorrian find the net for our Under-10 side (main image)

Cara Coogan scored all four of Cliftonville’s goals against Kelvin Youth at Mallusk.

Rionna Brennan celebrated a hat-trick in the tie with Loughside, against whom Michaela Cummings and Aliyah Conlon were also on the scoresheet.

Amy McBride was at the double and Mia Callaghan also celebrated a goal in the Reds’ Cup date with Ballyclare at Ballysillan.

Another fixture with Ballyclare saw Brook McAree score twice alongside efforts from Aoife Kavanagh, Holly Campbell, Anna Kelly, Kayla Jackson, Hazel Carlisle and Fionnghuala Corbett.

Emma Callaghan claimed the Reds’ goal against Ballyclare at Aquinas.