Two Tuesday games postponed but four get green light including Belfast derby

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Four-goal Andy Waterworth makes his Point.

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Linfield have moved four points clear at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership after thrashing Warrenpoint 6-0 on Saturday.

All the goals came in the second half at Windsor Park with Andy Waterworth scoring four times.

The Blues say on loan forward Joel Cooper was a late withdrawal from the team due to a registration issue with the Irish FA.

Glenavon have announced goalkeeper Jonny Tuffey is leaving the club after turning down a new deal.

Former Shamrock Rovers keeper Craig Hyland has been brought in as a replacement.

Three games were wiped out  by the weather at the weekend, and two more on Tuesday night.


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