Blues boss Healy wary of taking on the police in County Antrim Shield showdown

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David Healy, won Shield in 2017.

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The Toals County Antrim Shield kicks-off on Tuesday night with holders Crusaders at home to Knockbreda.

Cliftonville welcome Lisburn Distillery and Glentoran host Queen's University.

League leaders Linfield take on the PSNI at Windsor Park.

Blues boss David Healy believes the police will provide a tough test...

The other first round ties are Ards against Dundela, Larne away to Carrick and Newington at Ballyclare.

Ballymena's pitch isn't ready yet and they'll play the Welders at Dixon Park on Wednesday night. 

The draw's already been made for the quarter-finals and if they all get over the first hurdle Linfield would meet Glentoran and Crusaders would play Cliftonville.

Meanwhile, Glenavon begin their defence of the Mid-Ulster Cup on Tuesday evening with home advantage against Windmill Stars.

Warrenpoint face Dollingstown at the Q Radio Arena, Newry City entertain Rathfriland and Dungannon Swifts have Portadown team Hanover.

They all start at 7.45pm.



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