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A penalty from Paul McElroy gave Dungannon Swifts a 1-0 win against Glenavon in Monday night's big Irish Cup clash at Mourneview Park.
The only goal was scored in the 16th minute - and McElroy was fouled for the spot kick.
Lurgan Blues assistant boss Paul Millar coming up, after Swifts manager Kris Lindsay...
Dungannon have a home tie in the quarter-finals against Ballinamallard who beat Carrick Rangers 1-0 at Ferney Park - Josh McIlwaine with the winner.
.@Paul_Mac11 great season @DgnSwifts & hit winner tonight in big cup clash @Glenavon_FC Could’ve been so different as he looked set for exit door in summer: “I can be a bit hot-headed I’d fight with my shadow! But I love Dungannon & just want to keep progressing with the club” pic.twitter.com/9u6eCVy1Te— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 11, 2019
Former @Glenavon_FC hero now @DgnSwifts boss @kris_lindsay on tonight’s cup win at MVP. “Glenavon a great club, I’d six-and-a-half great years here. But I’m at Dungannon now, need to look after our own business and we did that tonight. Delighted to get through to the next round.” pic.twitter.com/0vWFFYkY0f— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 11, 2019
Meanwhile, Ballymena came from behind to score a 4-1 victory over Portadown and will now travel to Crusaders in the last eight next month.
Adam Lecky struck twice, Cathair Friel netted from the spot and Sky Blues skipper Jim Ervin grabbed only his third goal for the club.
The Ports goal was a stunner from Adam Salley.
Warrenpoint beat visiting Queen's 2-0 to book another tie against lower league opposition - Larne Tech Old Boys.
Tennent's Irish Cup quarter-finals -
Friday, 1st March, 7.45pm -
Larne v. Coleraine
Saturday, 2nd March, 3pm -
Crusaders v. Ballymena United
Dungannon Swifts v. Ballinamallard United
Warrenpoint Town v. Larne Tech. OB