Saturday's Irish Cup game between Larne and Carrick Rangers was abandoned when a player sustained a head injury.
Larne's Scott Irvine received lengthy medical attention after crashing into a perimeter wall at Inver Park.
Irvine was reported to be conscious and talking before being taken by ambulance to hospital for what was described as a precautionary scan.
The injury happened in the 28th minute when Irvine banged his head after a challenge with a Carrick player.
Initially, there was extreme concern from players and officials who were close to the incident.
The referee decided to call the game off and a new date for the fifth round match will be arranged.