Peamount United secured the first ever domestic double in their history as they won both the Women's National League and FAI Cup.
The Pea's who won the 2019 Women's National League defended their title in a closely fought league against runners-up Shelbourne. Peamount United finished with 56 points winning 18, drawing 2 and losing one.
The Peas came out on top in the league title decider against Shelbourne with one game to go as they secured the title with a 3-1 win.
This was the South Dublin club’s second title since the inaugural Women’s National League back in 2011/2012.
In December, Peamount finally put the demons to rest as they got their hands on the FAI Cup after three years of trying.
The Peas comfortably beat Cork City 6-0 at Tallaght stadium which saw captain Aine O'Gorman lift the trophy for the second time in Peamount's history and the first time since 2010.
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