Treaty seek points in Premier League

Katie Lawlee, a key figure with Treaty United. Photo: GlennPSports.

TREATY United will aim to preserve their early unbeaten start to the Women’s Premier Division League of Ireland campaign against Sligo Rovers at the Markets Field Stadium on Saturday, 5pm.

Domnic Foley’s side accounted for DLR Waves (Dublin) in their opening tie and drew away with Shamrock Rovers.

At the heart of these solid displays has been teenager Katie Lawlee, a product of Desmond League clubs Broadford United, Feenagh and Ballingarry.

She has scored in both of the opening fixtures.

Her exploits earned her a nomination for Player of the Month in March, alongside team-mate Delana Friesen.

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Earlier in the year, Lawlee captained the Republic of Ireland Under-17 team in their European Championship campaign.

Ireland subsequently qualified for UEFA Group A next season.