Published Wednesday, 08 January 2014
On Sunday it was revealed that referee's assistant Gavin Hegarty ran the line at Coleraine v Ards, despite the fact his brother Michael was the captain of the home club.
Meanwhile, at Milltown, Keith Kennedy took charge of Warrenpoint Town v Linfield, even though he used to be a season ticket holder at Windsor Park.
Keith, Conor and Laure ask discuss conflicts of interest.
While the referees have been in the spotlight this week, there was also some action on the field as Linfield, Cliftonville, Crusaders, Ballymena United and Coleraine claim wins, while Glenavon enjoyed a trip to the Netherlands.
In the Championship, it looks like Bangor might claim the league title, even though they're under pressure from Dundela, Institute, Carrick Rangers, Knockbreda and even Larne.
On Saturday, the minnows of non-league football get the opportunity to take on the big boys of the Premiership. With a little help from our friends at McLean's Bookmarkers, the panel try and pick a giant killing.
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