In videos: Linfield lose to Coleraine

Published Tuesday, 31 January 2012
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Coleraine beat table-toppers Linfield one nil in the Carling Premiership on Tuesday evening.

In videos: Linfield lose to Coleraine
The win cuts Linfield's lead in the league to four points. (© UTV)

A goal from Shane Jennings just before half time helped the Bannsiders to victory at the Showgrounds, cutting Linfield's lead in the league to four points.

Meanwhile Crusaders were 2-1 winners away to Dungannon Swifts with a Matt Hazley strike proving decisive in the 55th minute.

And Ballymena went down by the same scoreline to Portadown - the Ports came from behind to secure victory with two second half goals.

Results: IFA Carling Premiership

Ballymena United 1 - 2 Portadown
Ballymena Utd: Costello 40.
Portadown: Paget 65, 87.

Dungannon Swifts 1 - 2 Crusaders
Dungannon Swifts: Friars 22.
Crusaders: Snoddy 17, Hazley 55.

Coleraine 1 - 0 Linfield
Coleraine: Jennings 43.

© UTV News
Comments Comments
stephen in north coast wrote (1,088 days ago):
great for s magowan to be mystic meg with numbers of Coleraine supporters saying "been no" and "definately no"... hmm, does that mean he is not too sure in his first statement when he has to add "definately":) It was good to see the local Dervock/Ballymoney/Londonderry fans turn out in to support Linfield, at least that added a couple of dozen to linfield gate
s magowan in belfast wrote (1,091 days ago):
Just as well it was,nt shown live as there would have been no Coleraine supporters there at all and if the game had have been played in Belfast there definately no Coleraine supporters.Congratulations to Oran Kearney,a great player both with Linfield and Ballymena Utd and it looks like he is continuing likewise as a manager
stephen in North Coast wrote (1,092 days ago):
so UTV went "all the way to Coleraine" on a cold winters night....hmm Linfield must have been in town,,,,oops silly me they were!...was trying to recall the last time we had cameras at a 2000 mid week k/o?.....oh yes it was Linfield
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