Photos from Seaview as only Crusaders-Linfield survives weather

The waterlogged Oval pitch
Crusaders' clash against Linfield was the only Premiership game to survive with the waterlogged Oval among the grounds to fail pitch inspections on Saturday morning
Billy Joe Burns (centre) with Mark McAllister and Peter Thompson
Billy Joe Burns is congratulated by Mark McAllister and Peter Thompson after putting Linfield ahead in the first half at Seaview
Linfield's William Murphy and Crusaders goalscorer Gary McCutcheon
Linfield's William Murphy battles with Crusaders goalscorer Gary McCutcheon at Seaview
Linfield's Mark McAllister and Crusaders defender Colin Coates
Linfield's Mark McAllister has his eye on the ball as Colin Coates is about the challenge the striker
Crusaders' Paul Heatley and Linfield's Jamie Mulgrew
Crusaders' Paul Heatley battles with Linfield's Jamie Mulgrew at Seaview
Linfield manager David Jeffrey
Linfield manager David Jeffrey shouts out instructions during Saturday's game
Linfield's Brian McCaul
Brian McCaul celebrates after scoring his second-half penalty at Seaview
Jordan Owens is sent off by referee Ross Dunlop
Jordan Owens appears mystified by his sending-off but David Rainey's late goal earned the ten-man Crusaders a 2-2 draw against the Blues

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