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Rising star defender Conor Bradley has become the first person from here to play in Europe for Liverpool.
The 18-year-old Northern Ireland international from Castlederg in County Tyrone came off the bench in Tuesday night's Champions League clash with AC Milan.
Liverpool had a 2-1 victory at the San Siro stadium, ensuring they became the first English team to win all six of their Champions League group stage matches.
Here's our history-maker Conor Bradley in his #LFC and #GAWA gear! @conorbradley03 @LFC @NorthernIreland 🤩 pic.twitter.com/CYY38chcOU— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 8, 2021
Locally, Linfield will meet Larne in the County Antrim Shield final.
The East Antrim side thrashed Championship neighbours Ballyclare Comrades 8-0.
FT: Co. Antrim Shield semi-final@larnefc 8@BallyclareFC 0— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 7, 2021
It's a stroll at Inver Park for the holders
The other s/f kick-off was delayed - @cliftonvillefc are currently 1-0 up (Ryan Curran pen) v @OfficialBlues going into the closing stages. @CoAntrimFA #CAS
📸 Larne FC pic.twitter.com/Jle8V3sDj8
The Blues beat Cliftonville 2-1 on penalties after the semi-final at Solitude ended 1-1.
There was controversy in the shoot-out with Reds skipper Chris Curran scoring from the spot, only for his effort to be ruled out, apparently for a double contact when he struck the ball.
.@CoAntrimFA Shield semi-final— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 7, 2021
All over at Solitude @OfficialBlues beat @cliftonvillefc 2-1 on pens!
Match ended 1-1, Linfield grabbing a stoppage time equaliser
They now face holders @larnefc in the final
It looked like the Reds had secured victory, before a dramatic twist in added time.
FT: Co. Antrim Shield semi-final@cliftonvillefc 1@OfficialBlues 1— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 7, 2021
Kyle McClean scrambles in a stoppage time equaliser for Linfield after Ryan Curran had put the Reds in front with a pen.
Now goes straight to a shoot-out!#CAS
The scheduled league fixture between Dungannon and Warrenpoint was postponed after a second pitch inspection.
No match at Stangmore, but former Swifts player Conor Bradley did get a game - for Liverpool