Shirley McCay’s late winner sealed Pegasus a hard fought 2-1 victory over Catholic Institute which saw the Belfast side move a point clear at the top of the women’s EYHL standings.
It was the defining moment of a thrilling encounter at Queen’s between the sides who entered the weekend level at the top. Lucy McKee gave Pegs a first half lead before Naomi Carroll equalised in the second half prior to McCay’s winner.
It means the Ulster side now lead the table by a single point from UCD, Old Alex and Pembroke after five rounds of matches.
Pegasus’ Shirley McCay celebrates her late winner against Catholic Institute. Photo: Billy Pollock