NI legend Healy says Glens and Blues are the biggest clubs "by a million miles"

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Linfield manager David Healy.

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It finished 1-1 between Linfield and Glentoran in the St. Patrick’s Day derby at Windsor Park.

Marcus Kane had the visitors in front with a spectacular effort after only two minutes with Robert Garrett equalising for the Blues shortly after half-time.

Glens captain Kane had scored against all the other clubs - but this was the first against his former team - and what a way to break the duck!


The Glens remain unbeaten in the Danske Bank Premiership since Ronnie McFall returned as manager and are in pole position to beat Ballymena to a place in the top six.  

Kane says McFall has made a big impact....

McFall is praising his players...

Meanwhile, Blues boss, Northern Ireland's record scorer David Healy, says there's nothing quite like a Big Two derby...

Healy also said skipper Jamie Mulgrew was taken to hospital after picking up a leg injury. 

In the other games, league leaders Crusaders stayed two points clear after a 3-0 home win over Dungannon Swifts.

Title rivals Coleraine beat Ards 3-1 in Bangor while Cliftonville had a 1-0 win at Carrick.

Stephen McDonnell enjoyed a 3-1 victory away to Ballymena in his first match in charge of Warrenpoint Town. 

And Harry McConkey's first game back as Ballinamallard boss ended in a scoreless draw at Glenavon.

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