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Summary

  1. Cliftonville 4-1 Loughgall
  2. Coleraine 3-1 Larne
  3. Premiership: Warrenpoint 3-0 Dungannon

Live Reporting

By Alvin McCaig and Stephen Alexander

All times stated are UK

  1. That's all folks

    That's all from us on a day when Coleraine and Cliftonville set up a first ever Irish Cup final meeting between the sides.

    The Premiership teams proved too strong for their Championship opponents, with Coleraine seeing off the dogged challenge of Larne while Cliftonville steamrollered Loughgall 4-1, with four first half goals.

    In the Premiership, Warrenpoint Town took another big step towards securing survival with a 3-0 win over Dungannon Swifts.

    And the Premiership is back on the menu on Tuesday night with the top-two meeting between Crusaders and Coleraine at Seaview the undisputed pick of the games.

    Join us then, while we'll also be back for a full programme of games next Saturday.

    Bye for now.

  2. What they said

    Warrenpoint Town 3-0 Dungannon Swifts

    Quote Message: It's been a good start for me since coming in with two wins out of three. We have a whole different method to how we play the game. The players have taken in the information we have given them. We want to play attractive football and it's a brand we're trying to build. from Stephen McDonnell Warrenpoint interim manager
    Stephen McDonnellWarrenpoint interim manager
  3. What they said

    Cliftonville 4-1 Loughgall

    Clifronville manager Barry Gray
    Image caption: Clifronville manager Barry Gray
    Quote Message: I'm delighted for everyone involved with the club, particularly the supporters. They have had a season where we have been up and down but now we have given them something to look forward to on the last day. The players started all guns blazing and we got our rewards in the first 20 seconds and that gave us momentum. It was all about the result and we're glad to be on the right side of it. from Barry Gray Cliftonville manager
    Barry GrayCliftonville manager
  4. What they said

    Coleraine 3-1 Larne

    Quote Message: The Irish Cup final is such a big occasion so it's great to get there. I'm looking forward to getting a new suit for the final! Hopefully it will go better than last year. We have guts, character and desire and we have shown that throughout the season. from Josh Carson Coleraine scorer
    Josh CarsonColeraine scorer
    Delight for Josh Carson after netting a late penalty against Larne
    Image caption: Delight for Josh Carson after netting a late penalty against Larne
  5. What they said

    Coleraine 3-1 Larne

    Lyndon Kane celebrates scoring the opener for Coleraine
    Image caption: Lyndon Kane celebrates scoring the opener for Coleraine
    Quote Message: I was a little bit lost really. I just looked up and cut inside - luckily it went in. The feeling was incredible and it came at a good time. To be able to go over to my family after scoring was special. We got a few things sorted at half-time and came out well on the restart. from Lyndon Kane Coleraine scorer
    Lyndon KaneColeraine scorer
  6. What they said

    Coleraine 3-1 Larne

    Coleraine manager Oran Kearney
    Image caption: Coleraine manager Oran Kearney
    Quote Message: We were a wee bit nervy in the first half but more like ourselves in the second half. It's all about winning at this stage - it was never going to be free-flowing football. Credit to Larne but also credit to our lads - there is desire to put things right after losing in the final last year from Oran Kearney Coleraine manager
    Oran KearneyColeraine manager
  7. Warrenpoint edge closer to safety

    Warrenpoint Town 3-0 Dungannon Swifts

    Irish Premiership bottom six
  8. Jeffrey hails 'professional' Cliftonville display

    Cliftonville 4-1 Loughgall

    Quote Message: Loughgall responded creditably to conceding those early goals and got themselves back into the game but they shot themselves in the foot for the fourth goal. In the second half, Cliftonville took control with a most impressive and professional performance. from David Jeffrey Sportsound summariser
    David JeffreySportsound summariser
  9. Beckett praise for plucky Larne

    Coleraine 3-1 Larne

    Quote Message: Larne gave a good account of themselves and Coleraine had to fight tooth and nail to make the final. The surface was pretty poor but we have a massive crowd here which is great to see.
  10. Full-time

    Larne battled hard but it's a deserved win for the Bannsiders and Oran Kearney's men go through to the final for the second year running.

    Kane celebrates
  11. GOAL

    Coleraine 3-1 Larne

    Done and dusted now as Josh Carson tucks away a penalty in the dying seconds.

  12. Full time

    The Reds' first half goal flurry takes them into the final as they chase that elusive first Irish Cup triumph since 1979.

    Irish Cup semi-final result
    Image caption: Irish Cup semi-final result
  13. But McConaghie heads Coleraine back in front two minutes later

    Coleraine 2-1 Larne

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    Video caption: ...as Gareth McConaghie heads the Bannsiders back in front
  14. McDaid briefly had Larne level against Coleraine...

    Coleraine 2-1 Larne

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    Video caption: McDaid heads Larne level, but not for long...
  15. RED CARD

    Cliftonville 4-1 Loughgall

    Loughgall's miserable afternoon goes from bad to worse as Peter Campbell is shown a red card.

    It looked as though the striker was dismissed for dissent towards referee Keith Kennedy.

  16. Kane sets Bannsiders on their way

    Coleraine 2-1 Larne

    Lyndon Kane and Jamie McGonigle
    Image caption: Lyndon Kane celebrates his goal with Jamie McGonigle
  17. GOAL

    Coleraine 2-1 Larne

    Coleraine go back in front just two minutes after Larne level as Gareth McConaghie heads home from a corner. It's another delicious inswinging delivery from Josh Carson with defender McConaghie getting a yard on his marker to power in from six yards.

  18. GREAT SAVE!

    Cliftonville 4-1 Loughgall

    Loughgall keeper Gareth Buchanan produces a superb point-blank save to prevent a fifth Cliftonville goal and deny Gormley his hat-trick.

  19. GOAL

    Coleraine 1-1 Larne

    David McDaid heads in the Larne equaliser at the far post. David Scullion supplies a pinpoint cross to the backpost for his former Cliftonville team-mate to nod in from two yards.