Q Radio Sport
Crusaders have lifted the Tennent’s Irish Cup for the first time in 10 years.
They beat Championship side Ballinamallard 3-0 in Saturday's final at Windsor Park.
Jordan Owens, Philip Lowry and Ross Clarke scored the goals.
Substitute Clarke netted with his first touch to put the result beyond doubt.
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Cup final teams:
Ballinamallard United: Connolly, Taheny, Smyth, Clarke, Arkinson, Campbell, McCartney, Kelly, Cashel, O'Reilly, McBrien subs McManus (replaced McBrien 59), Edgar (not used), McCann (not used), Harney (not used), Warrington (replaced Kelly 80), Glynn (not used), Hume (replaced McCartney 68)
Crusaders: H. Doherty, Burns, Coates, Lowry, Ward, Cushley, Caddell, Forsythe, Ruddy, J. Owens, Heatley subs O'Neill (not used), Beverland (not used), Snoddy (not used), Clarke (replaced Cushley 52), Patterson (replaced Owens 87), Rn. Hale (not used), Rr. Hale (not used)
The fixtures have now been confirmed for the Danske Bank Premiership Europa League play-offs.
Tuesday, 7 May (kick-off: 7.45pm)
Glenavon v Glentoran
Cliftonville v Coleraine
Ards host Carrick Rangers in Bangor on Monday night in the second leg of the promotion/relegation play-off with Carrick leading 1-0 from their home tie on Friday night.