Northern Ireland Women 3-0 Faroe Islands Women
Northern Ireland ended their goal drought in the World Cup qualifiers with a win over the Faroe Islands.
After going nine qualifying games without scoring, Sunderland midfielder Rachel Furness scored a 21st-minute penalty for the hosts.
Julie Nelson made it 2-0 to Alfie Wylie's side with a direct free-kick early in the second half.
|Born 19 June, 1988 (age 26)|
|Born in Newcastle upon Tyne but qualifies for Northern Ireland as her mother is from Belfast|
|Plays for Sunderland who are currently top of the second division of the Women's Super League|
|Had playing spells for Chester-le-Street, Newcastle United and Grindavik|
Furness got the third goal for Northern Ireland who finish second from bottom of Group Four.
Sweden topped the group after a 3-1 win over Scotland who go into a play-off as runners-up.
Northern Ireland were on top during the first half against the Faroes with Furness and Aimee Mackin testing visiting keeper Randi Wardum.
The hosts got the breakthrough when Simone Magill was fouled in the box by Malena Josephsen and Furness stepped up to score from the spot.
Northern Ireland had further chances and made it 2-0 in the 52nd minute when Glasgow City defender Nelson found the net with a fine free-kick.
Newry City teenager Mackin had a shot blocked while at the other end Heidi Sevdal for the visitors had an effort saved by home keeper Emma Higgins.
Northern Ireland found the net again when Furness scored following a Demi Vance corner in the 90th minute.