Published Tuesday, 03 September 2013
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The Glens had already stormed to the top of the women's league to take the title, before doing the double with their cup win at the Dub on Monday night.
They left it late in the first half to open their goal account, with Kelly Bailie - the eventual 'Player of the Match' - beating Linfield's keeper with a free kick from 30 yards out.
There were more goals in the second half, as Lauren Wade added to the Glens' tally before Demi Vance added a third from the edge of the box with 10 minutes to go.
Blues boss Ryan McConville said he couldn't take it away from Glentoran, adding: "They were fantastic, they've some great players - they probably deserved it on the night."
Glentoran coach Ray Alexander said: "We got ownership of the game from the very start and bossed the game from start to finish.
"The only time that they really hurt us was when we made mistakes. But overall, I'm delighted that we have come out and given a good account of ourselves."
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