Shoot-out drama as Blues and Crues crash out while two teams from East make semis

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Darren Murray - winner at Oval. Pic: Glentoran FC.

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Holders Crusaders have crashed out of the Toals County Antrim Shield.

They lost 3-2 on penalties in last night's quarter-final away to Ballymena.

It had finished 1-1 after normal and extra-time. 

Meanwhile, Cllftonville beat Linfield 4-3 in another penalty shoot-out at Windsor Park.

Linfield had fought back from 2-0 down to force extra-time in a 2-2 draw.

Darren Murray scored in extra-time to give Glentoran a 3-2 victory over Larne at the Oval.

And a late Scott Davidson goal saw Harland and Wolff beat fellow Championship side Ards 1-0 in Bangor.

The semi-final draw is on Saturday week with the games to be played on Wednesday 20 November. 



Action resumes on Friday night, with Glentoran and Larne again going head-to-head, this time in the league.

Danske Bank Premiership 

Friday 7.45pm -

Larne vs Glentoran


Saturday 3pm - 

Carrick Rangers vs Dungannon Swifts 
Crusaders vs Coleraine 
Institute vs Cliftonville 
Linfield vs Ballymena United 
Warrenpoint Town vs Glenavon 


Last week's results and league table 


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