Girls Premier

Six Team Tournament.

Rules / Qualification

Girls Premier is a 6-team tournament, eligible teams may be either club teams or teams representing more than one club.

Each team will play 3 group games from Monday to Wednesday.
Win: 3 Points
Draw: 1 Point

Based on group stage performance, teams will qualify for the final of one the of the following:

SCNI Cup: 1st vs 2nd
SCNI Globe: 3rd vs 4th
SCNI Vase: 5th vs 6th

Girls Premier


Girls Premier Group


Match List

2023-07-24 16:30:0324/07/2023 N.Ireland vs Shamrock Rovers 16:30:034:30 PM4 - 1--
2023-07-24 16:30:1124/07/2023 Northeast Rush vs Rangers 16:30:114:30 PM0 - 1--
2023-07-24 16:30:3724/07/2023 Surf Select vs Shelbourne 16:30:374:30 PM4 - 1--
2023-07-25 16:30:1525/07/2023 Surf Select vs Shamrock Rovers 16:30:154:30 PM3 - 1--
2023-07-25 16:30:1525/07/2023 Shelbourne vs Rangers 16:30:154:30 PM3 - 0--
2023-07-25 16:30:1625/07/2023 N.Ireland vs Northeast Rush 16:30:164:30 PM3 - 1--
2023-07-26 16:30:1226/07/2023 Northeast Rush vs Surf Select 16:30:124:30 PM2 - 0--
2023-07-26 16:30:4826/07/2023 Shamrock Rovers vs Shelbourne 16:30:484:30 PM2 - 0--
2023-07-26 19:00:0426/07/2023 N.Ireland vs Rangers 19:00:047:00 PM4 - 0--
2023-07-28 11:30:2628/07/2023 Shamrock Rovers v Rangers 11:30:2611:30 AM3 - 0-SCNI Vase, Final
2023-07-28 15:00:0628/07/2023 N. Ireland v Surf Select 15:00:063:00 PM4 - 0-SuperCupNI, Final
2023-07-28 15:00:3928/07/2023 Northeast Rush v Shelbourne 15:00:393:00 PM0 - 4-SCNI Globe, Final

Competition News

Otago Academy v Real Sociedad – Premier Section Match Report

Otago Academy v Real Sociedad – Premier Section Match Report

Otago Academy took on Spanish giants Real Sociedad in the evening’s match at Scroggy Road. The Spaniards started the game brightly partly inspired by their bright orange kit as they rattled the woodwork with three minutes gone when Juan Garces rose highest to head goal wards . Otago were confident of causing yet another Milk Cup surprise after their victory over Alset Columbia on match day one.

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CSKA Moscow v Malaga – Premier Section Match Report

CSKA Moscow v Malaga – Premier Section Match Report

Malaga took on CSKA Moscow in the opening match at Scroggy Road in a glamour fixture. As the rain lashed down, it was the Russian side who started with the early incentive as Malaga keeper Javier Palomo kept out a low shot from Chavlov Feder. Malaga were let off the hook once again on eight minutes as Karmonev Maxim dinked a delightful ball over the top for Ryaboken Pavel, who got through one on one but rolled his effort wide. Brian Nieto was an inch away from putting the Blue and Whites into the lead as he charged on to a Jose Nunez through ball, but before he got a shot away CSKA keeper Ovchinnikov Pavel closed him down to claim the loose ball. Both sides were playing cautious but still managing to play attractive football .

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