McDaid hits hat-trick as McFall wins again and Ports set sights on ex-player Tipton

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Glens' hat-trick hero Robbie McDaid.

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Robbie McDaid hit a hat-trick and Curtis Allen struck twice as Glentoran beat Warrenpoint Town 5-0 at the Oval on Tuesday night.

McDaid's delighted the partnership clicked...

The former Leeds United striker becomes the first Glens player to score a league hat-trick at The Oval for nine years - and it's his first in senior football.

It was a second win in two matches for interim boss Ronnie McFall, moving the east Belfast side eight points clear in sixth place...

Robbie's father John McDaid played for Glentoran in the 1980s during the first McFall era...

Meanwhile, there are reports Portadown are interested in making Warrenpoint boss Matthew Tipton their new manager. Tipton played at Shamrock Park under McFall. 

In the other Danske Bank Premiership fixtures on Tuesday, Glenavon won 2-0 at Linfield to move six points ahead of the Blues in third place, Carrick had a 1-0 home win over Dungannon Swifts and Ards beat Ballymena 1-0 - Reece Glendinning with the winner against his brother Ross, the Sky Blues keeper. 

Derry City beat Bohemians 1-0 in their League of Ireland game in Dublin. 


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