NI v Czech Republic

Spain celebrate wildly after winning this year’s UEFA Women’s Under-19 Championship in Belfast.

Tournament Golden Boot winner Patricia Guijarro (five goals) was on target twice as Spain defeated France 3-2 in the final staged at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park on 20 August. The game attracted 3117 spectators and was a fitting finale for a memorable action-packed tournament. Spain’s run to glory began with a 2-0 win against the host nation in front of 4289 spectators at the National Football Stadium - a record attendance for a women’s international

in Northern Ireland. In Northern Ireland’s other group games they drew 1-1 with Scotland at Mourneview Park in Lurgan (1771 spectators) – Louise McDaniel created history by becoming the first Northern Ireland women’s player to score at a major tournament – and lost to Germany (6-0) in front of 1783 fans at Ballymena Showgrounds. Words: Nigel Tilson

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