Cliftonville secured their first points of the campaign as they ran out 2-0 victors at home to Derry City, who remain at the foot of the table and are yet to register any points.
Michelle McDaid opened the scoring for the Reds just before the break before Northern Ireland international captain Marissa Callaghan - who was also celebrating her birthday - doubled the lead just after the hour mark.
Tara O’Connor almost gave the visitors in the 10th minute but Megan Weatherall came to the Reds rescure, while O’Connor and Coral Lapsley combined to threaten again for the visitors later in the half.
Clare Carson’s header from McDaid’s cross almost opened the scoring for Cliftonville on the half-hour mark, but McDaid did open the scoring four minutes before the break after heading home from Yasmin White’s delivery.
The second half was a quieter affair but Reds stalwart Callaghan sealed the points with a pinpoint left-footed free-kick on the hour mark with the hosts seeing out the victory.
Derry City Women: Friel, McCauley, McMullan, Canavan, Lapsley, O'Connor, Cregan, McIntosh, N. Callaghan, L. McGonagle, D. Doherty subs Coyle (not used), Havlin (not used), A. McGonagle (replaced L. McGonagle 46), McFadden (replaced N. Callaghan 59), E. Callaghan (replaced Lapsley 71)