Glentoran Women have extended their lead by four points at the top of the Danske Bank Women’s Premiership table.
They are now clear of Cliftonville Ladies after a 4-0 win in their top-of-the-table clash at Solitude.
Lauren Wade opened the scoring for the Glens in the fifth minute before goals from Kelly Bailie and Northern Ireland international midfielder Nadene Caldwell put the outcome beyond doubt.
Captain Jess Foy then sealed a fourth for Billy Clarke’s side.
Despite the heavy defeat, Cliftonville can take confidence in knowing they still have two games in hand over the Glens.
Crusaders Strikers cemented their stay in third place with a two-goal victory in Strabane over Sion Swifts Ladies.
Jonathan Tuffey took charge of his first Strikers game after Spike Hill’s exit earlier this week.
An unfortunate own goal from Leah McGonagle opening the scoring in the 56th minute for the Crues and they doubled their their advantage mid-way through the second half from Amy McGivern.
Linfield Ladies ended their long run of defeats with a 6-1 victory at Derry City Women as teenage winger Keri Halliday netted a hat-trick.
Halliday, aged 16, was making her first start for the club since arriving from Ballymoney United.
Rebecca Bassett also bagged a brace.
Paula McGrory scored for the Candystripes early in the second half but the result was put beyond any doubt in the 77th minute when Sienna Leckey added a fifth for the Blues before Halliday completed the win in injury time with her third to make it six.