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Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Cliftonville 1-0 Glentoran (FT)

    Kick-off: 19:45 GMT

    After Glentoran have the better of the early exchanges, Joe Gormley gives Cliftonville a 17th-minute lead at Solitude as he runs on to a free-kick from Garry Breen from the edge of the Reds' penalty area and loops a superb finish over Elliott Morris.

    Route one yes but tremendous execution from the ace marksman. Breen goes close to doubling the Reds lead moments later as his header is cleared off the Glens line by a combination of Morris and Patrick McClean.

    Jamie Harney heads a Conor McDermott free-kick against the Glens crossbar on 38 minutes. Cliftonville remain 1-0 up at the break.

    Glentoran spurn two good chances to grab the equaliser as John Herron fails to keep his shot down after a defensive error from Harney before Darren Murray blasts over after escaping the Reds backline.

    Cliftonville book their spot in the final after a 1-0 win over Glentoran, with Gormley's first-half strike proving the difference between the two sides on a lively night inside Solitude.

    Cliftonville v Glentoran
    Image caption: Cliftonville v Glentoran

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    Video caption: Joe Gormley gives Cliftonville the lead
  2. Ballymena United 4-0 H&W Welders (FT)

    Kick-off: 19:45 GMT

    Adam Lecky's hat-trick puts Ballymena United 4-0 ahead over H&W Welders after 51 minutes of the County Antrim Shield semi-final at the Showgrounds.

    Lecky put the Braidmen ahead on 11 minutes after outmuscling a Welders defender on the edge of the penalty area, turning and then planting a low shot past keeper Ryan Miskelly. He doubled the lead on 25 minutes after being set up by Steven McCullough while Shane McGinty tapped in the third two minutes later after a mix-up in the Welders defence.

    Jude Winchester also went close for the Braidmen in the first half by clipping the woodwork and nearly grabbed a fifth goal for the home side shortly after Lecky completed his hat-trick.

    Ballymena reach their fourth final in seven seasons with a comfortable 4-0 win over the Welders.

    Ballymena United v H&W Welders
    Image caption: Ballymena United v H&W Welders

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    Video caption: Lecky gives Ballymena United the lead

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    Video caption: Lecky cooly slots his second of the night

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    Video caption: Shane McGinty takes advantage of an error in the Welders defence