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

Focus On: County Fermanagh Milk Cup

Focus On: County Fermanagh Milk Cup

The countdown to the Dale Farm Milk Cup is well and truly on with less than two months to go! One of the unique and special aspects of the tournament is that six representative sides from Northern Ireland compete in both the Junior and Premier sections – one for each County. We caught up with Sam Gamble from the County Fermanagh side, someone with plenty to keep him busy in the coming weeks juggling roles as assistant secretary, public relations officer and Junior Manager!

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Catching up with the Craig Bellamy Foundation from Sierra Leone

Catching up with the Craig Bellamy Foundation from Sierra Leone

It’s been nine months since the 2014 Milk Cup drew to a close, which has allowed plenty of time for the Craig Bellamy Foundation (CBF) to reflect on their experience at the tournament. The Milk Cup caught up with the first side from Sierra Leone to complete at the competition, who travelled over 7,000 miles to Northern Ireland.

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