Crues through to the quarter-finals after extra-time derby drama against Blues

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Jordan Owens - glorious goal in Tennent's Irish Cup. Pic: Irish FA.

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Crusaders won the big Tennent's Irish Cup last 16 tie on Saturday, beating Linfield 2-1 after extra-time at Windsor Park.

Following a scoreless 90 minutes, Jordan Owens put the Crues in front with a sensational strike from the edge of the area.

Blues sub Marek Cervenka equalised but defender Billy Joe Burns hit a last-gasp winner against his old club. 

Another former Linfield player, Crues winger Ross Clarke, has told Q Radio it was a huge victory...

Blues boss David Healy says it could have been so different...

The Belfast rivals are due to meet again in the Toals County Antrim Shield final in Ballymena on Tuesday night - weather permitting.

Half the sixth round cup games were postponed on Saturday because of frozen pitches and have been rearranged for Monday February 11th.




Meanwhile, the draw's been made for the last eight with ties on the first weekend of March.

Tennent's Irish Cup quarter-final draw - 

Glenavon or Dungannon Swifts v Balliniamallard United or Carrick Rangers

Crusaders v Ballymena United or Portadown

Larne v Coleraine

Larne Tech Old Boys v Warrenpoint Town or Queen's University.


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