Irish Premiership: Fans to get free admission to rearranged abandoned fixtures

Cliftonville's game against Ballymena was among the games hit by Storm Eleanor
This net at Solitude feels the force of Storm Eleanor as it rolled into Belfast

Supporters will be given free admission into the rearranged Premiership games from the abandoned 2 January fixtures.

Cliftonville v Ballymena will take place on 6 February with Glentoran v Warrenpoint on 27 February.

A date for Ards v Glenavon has yet to be confirmed while referees and officials will also waive their match fees for those three games.

Coleraine's match against Linfield will be on 30 January while Carrick Rangers will face Dungannon on 27 February.

The 2 January games had to be abandoned as Storm Eleanor hit Northern Ireland while the matches at Coleraine and Dungannon were postponed on New Year's Day because of waterlogged pitches.

Rearranged Danske Bank Premiership fixtures - all 19:45 GMT

Tuesday, 30 January
ColerainevLinfeld
Tuesday 6 February
CliftonvillevBallymena United
Tuesday 27 February
Carrick RangersvDungannon
GlentoranvWarrenpoint Town
Date TBC
ArdsvGlenavon

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