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Summary

  1. Dungannon 2-2 Ballinamallard United (Mallard win penalty shootout)
  2. Crusaders 3-0 Ballymena United (res)
  3. Warrenpoint Town 3-1 Larne Tech OB (res)
  4. Irish Premiership: Glenavon 0-2 Cliftonville (res)

Live Reporting

By Richard Petrie and Mark Sterling

All times stated are UK

  1. The final whistle

    Well, that's about all from an afternoon which has seen Crusaders, Warrenpoint Town and Ballinamallard United book their places in the semi-finals of the Irish Cup.

    Crusaders ran out ultimately comfortable 3-0 winners over Ballymena United, Warrenpoint saw off Larne Tech Old Boys 3-1 courtesy of a Simon Kelly hat-trick and Championship club Ballinamallard United defeated Dungannon Swifts on penalties after their tie ended 2-2 after extra-time.

    Meanwhile in the league Cliftonville earned a 2-0 victory over Glenavon at Mourneview Park.

    Keep an eye on the BBC Sport NI website for highlights of all today's games appearing shortly and join us again next Friday night for live BBC Two television and online coverage of Glenavon's Premiership match with Linfield.

    Bye for now.

  2. Irish Cup semi-final draw

    Irish Cup semi-final draw
    Image caption: Irish Cup semi-final draw
  3. Semi-final draw

    Crusaders v Coleraine

    Warrenpoint Town v Ballinamallard Utd

    Ties to be played at neutral venues on Saturday 30 March.

  4. North West Senior Cup Result

    Institute 1-3 Limavady United on penalties

    Institute v Limavady
    Image caption: Institute v Limavady
  5. MISSED PENALTY

    Dungannon Swifts 2-2 Ballinamallard Utd

    David Armstrong's penalty for Dungannon crashes off the bar and Ballinamallard United are in the semi-finals of the Irish Cup for the first time!

    The shootout finishes 3-2 to the Championship side.

  6. GOAL

    Dungannon Swifts 2-2 Ballinamallard Utd

    Seanan Clucas keeps Swifts in it - it's 3-2 to Ballinamallard.

  7. GOAL

    Dungannon Swifts 2-2 Ballinamallard Utd

    Josh McIlwaine keeps his cool to put Ballinamallard 3-1 ahead in the shootout.

  8. MISSED PENALTY

    Dungannon Swifts 2-2 Ballinamallard Utd

    Alex Moore keeps Dungannon in the game as he keeps out Ryan O'Reilly's penalty.

  9. GOAL

    Dungannon Swifts 2-2 Ballinamallard Utd

    Daniel Hughes finally opens Dungannon's account but it's still very much advantage Ballinamallard.

  10. MISSED PENALTY

    Dungannon Swifts 2-2 Ballinamallard Utd

    Jarlath O'Rourke fires over and Dungannon are in all sorts of trouble!

  11. GOAL

    Dungannon Swifts 2-2 Ballinamallard Utd

    Ballinamallard lead 2-0 after Richard Clarke and Chris Kelly convert.

  12. MISSED PENALTY

    Dungannon Swifts 2-2 Ballinamallard Utd

    Paul McElroy's opening penalty for Dungannon is saved by John Connolly.

  13. Ryan rocks Swifts!

    Dungannon Swifts 2-2 Ballinamallard Utd

    Video content

    Video caption: Campbell gives the Mallards a lifeline!
  14. FULL-TIME

    Dungannon Swifts 2-2 Ballinamallard Utd

    It's overall at Stangmore - penalties it is.

    Stay with us to see who will complete the semi-final line-up.

  15. Lack of cutting edge becoming a 'habit' at home - Hamilton

    Glenavon 0-2 Cliftonville

    Quote Message: Really disappointed. I thought we played alright up until the final third and then our crossing and hold-up play let us down. That's where they hit us with their breaks and it worked for them today. From our perspective, we lacked quality in final third and it's becoming a habit at home. I can't remember the last time we played well for 80, 90 minutes at home. The general play until the last third was good but we're lacking belief and confidence. We need to start looking at that. You're not expecting that sort of performance but for some reason our quality or delivery wasn't good enough - and I'm not blaming any individual, it was everyone. I think we should have had two penalties for handball and Rhys Marshall had a good shout for one too but it obviously didn't go our way. from Gary Hamilton Glenavon manager
    Gary HamiltonGlenavon manager
  16. We went more direct in the second half - Hastings

    Warrenpoint Town 3-1 Larne Tech Old Boys

    Quote Message: We changed our shape at half-time and went with a more direct approach after the break which worked for us. We gave it our all and made them work hard for it and, while it wasn't to be for us today, it's still been fantastic for the club to get to this stage of the competition. We want to use this now as motivation as we aim to win promotion in the league. from Johnny Hastings Larne Tech Old Boys manager
    Johnny HastingsLarne Tech Old Boys manager
  17. GOAL

    Dungannon Swifts 2-2 Ballinamallard Utd

    Ryan Campbell heads Ballinamallard level again!

    Swifts keeper Alex Moore initially does well to deal with a through ball but he then chases the ball outside the penalty area and when the cross comes in for the right, it's perfect for Mallards top scorer Campbell to head home through a ruck of Dungannon defenders.

    Penalties very much back on the cards now!

  18. 'Better team won' - Jeffrey

    Crusaders 3-0 Ballymena Utd

    Quote Message: We have no complaints. Overall on the day Crusaders were the better side and deserved to win. They were sharper and quicker to the ball whereas we looked a little bit tired and leggy, not as sharp as we usually are.
  19. GOAL

    Dungannon Swifts 2-1 Ballinamallard Utd

    Alan Teggart puts Dungannon ahead but it owes so much to the persistence of Paul McElroy, who runs at the Mallards defence before cleverly playing in substitute Teggart, who slots past John Connolly.

  20. We made it difficult for ourselves - McDonnell

    Warrenpoint Town 3-1 Larne Tech Old Boys

    Quote Message: We had plenty of opportunities in the game and made it difficult for ourselves when we didn't take them. Fair play to Larne Tech because they came out and had a right good go after they scored. They had more fans than us today so that shows how big an achievement it is for a club of our size to reach the semi-finals, which is a date we will look forward to. from Stephen McDonnell Warrenpoint Town manager
    Stephen McDonnellWarrenpoint Town manager