Reds end Mallards' winning streak

Published Tuesday, 09 October 2012
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Cliftonville beat Ballinamallard 5-0 to end their winning streak in the latest round of the Irn-Bru League cup.

Reds end Mallards' winning streak
Cliftonville's Stephen Garrett during Tuesday’s game at Solitude. (© Pacemaker)

There were no heroics for the Mallards at Solitude on Tuesday night to follow their weekend success against Linfield.

Joe Gormley scored a hat-trick for the Reds.

Meanwhile the Blues secured a 1-0 win over Coleraine at the Showgrounds, courtesy of Michael Carvill's late goal in extra-time.

He scored with a glorious free kick in the 120th minute.

Glentoran were taken beyond extra-time, needing a penalty shoot-out to see off Institute at Drumahoe after the game was two each after extra-time.

Stuart Elliott and Markus Kane scored for the Glens, with Darren McAuley and Michael McCrudden scoring for Institute.

Jay Magee scored the winning penalty in the shoot-out for Eddie Patterson's team.

Portadown came away from Bangor with a 4-0 win.

Early goals settled the tie in the Ports favour with Sean Mackle in the 8th minute and Ryan Burns in the 13th and 22nd minutes paving the way for the Shamrock Park club's progress.

Crusaders scored four in a much more narrow 4-3 success at Carrick.

It was an amazing comeback from Stephen Baxter's side who were trailing 2-0 inside 15 minutes, with David Gibson eventually netting the Crues' winner.

Lisburn Distillery won by nine goals to nil against Coagh United.

Irn Bru League Cup third round results:

Ballymena Utd 3 - 1 HW Welders
Ballymena Utd: Teggart pen 60 & pen 81, Kane 86
HW Welders: Wilkinson 90+3

Bangor 0 - 4 Portadown
Portadown: Mackle 8, Burns 14 & 17, Murray 40

Carrick Rangers 3 - 4 Crusaders
Carrick Rangers: Yilmaz 10 & 70, Davidson 13
Crusaders: McCutcheon 41, Heatley 45, Adamson 77, Gibson 89

Cliftonville 5 - 0 Ballinamallard Utd
Cliftonville: Gormley pen 20, 57 & 90+1, Garrett 26, Boyce 50

Glenavon 2 - 1 Dergview
Glenavon: Kilmartin 49, Burrows pen 90+4
Dergview: McManus 28

Lisburn Distillery 9 - 0 Coagh Utd
Lisburn Distillery: Hughes 1, Halliday 9 & 20, Liggett 22, 31, 46 & 77, Davidson 33, Beggs 71

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