Football Ferns Meikayla Moore and Olivia Chance are in line to play in next season’s UEFA Women’s Champions League after their Scottish clubs clinched qualification to the competition.
Moore’s Glasgow City have won the Scottish Women’s Premier League for the 16th time, while Chance’s Celtic side finished in second place to secure the other Champions League spot.
Main photo: Glasgow City celebrate winning their SWPL title after beating Rangers 1-0 with a stoppage-time goal on Monday (NZT).
Going into Monday’s fixtures, any of Glasgow City, Celtic or Rangers could have taken the title and until City’s late winner, Celtic looked likely champions.
Moore and Chance both missed their club’s games due to injury, and the pair are hoping to regain fitness in time for the FIFA Women’s World Cup in July.
For Moore, the title win continues her winning streak.
A year ago, the Christchurch-born defender was a member of Liverpool’s English FA Championship-winning squad.
She joined Glasgow City after being released by Liverpool at the expiration of her contract.
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