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Summary

  1. League Cup semi-final: Dungannon Swifts 2-1 Crusaders (Res, aet)
  2. Irish Premiership: Coleraine 2-2 Linfield (Res)

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. League Cup semi-final

    Dungannon Swifts 2-1 Crusaders (after extra-time)

    Ryan Harpur's penalty 13 minutes into extra-time after a foul on Kris Lowe proves to be the winning goal for Dungannon.

    Billy Joe Burns forced a superb save from Stuart Addis in extra-time.

    Substitute Peter McMahon had equalised for Dungannon in the 85th minute, rifling the ball into the top corner to take the game into extra-time.

    Colin Coates had made it 1-0 to Crusaders in the 49th minute with a glancing header into the top corner past Stuart Addis from Paul Heatley's free-kick.

    In the first half, Coates had a header cleared off the line by Chris Hegarty and Heatley hit the bar with a drive.

    Lowe fired a shot across the face of goal for Dungannon and in the second half Cormac Burke was just off-target with an effort.

    Philip Lowry and Cormac Burke
    Image caption: Crusaders' Philip Lowry and Cormac Burke of Dungannon Swifts contend for possession during the first half at Stangmore Park
  2. Irish Premiership

    Coleraine 2-2 Linfield

    Jamie McGonigle fires title-chasing Coleraine in front at the Showgrounds. The forward completes a flowing move by hitting the bottom corner on 27 minutes.

    Ian Parkhill doubles the lead after 77 minutes with the substitute slotting in after good work from Darren McCauley.

    Andrew Waterworth pulls one back with a near-post header four minutes from time and Stephen Lowry's free-kick strikes the bar before going in off keeper Chris Johns for an injury-time equaliser.

    The final whistle is blown seconds later and Coleraine miss the chance to go top.

    Celebration time for the Bannsiders after Jamie McGonigle's opener against Linfield
    Image caption: Celebration time for the Bannsiders after Jamie McGonigle's opener against Linfield