LISBURN & DERRY OFF THE MARK
Lisburn Ladies secured their first Danske Bank Women's Premiership point as they were held to a scoreless draw at Derry City Women, who are also off the mark this season.
In an evenly-contested match, the best chance of the encounter came four minutes from time as Lisburn’s Jessica Hall saw her penalty saved by Candystripes goalkeeper Clare Friel.
It means that both sides now have one point each after their opening three rounds of matches with each side rising off the foot of the table.
Derry City: Friel, Johnston, McMullan, Curran, L. McGonagle, O'Donnell, Callaghan, Ward, Connolly, Donaghey, McIntosh subs A. McGonagle (replaced Donaghey 73), Havlin (not used), Cunningham (replaced Ward 73), McColgan (not used), Doherty (replaced Callaghan 67), Carlin (not used), Barr (not used)
Lisburn Ladies: Callaghan, Duffy, Hall, Anderson, Rooney, Shannon, Redpath, Clews, Stevenson, Taggart, McCann subs Winton (not used), Hinds (replaced McCann 62), Rae (replaced Duffy 73), Nugent (replaced Anderson 73), Poots (not used), Rowan (replaced Stevenson 82)