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Crusaders have been drawn against the holders Coleraine In the semi-finals of the Tennent's Irish Cup.
The other semi sees Warrenpoint Town face Championship side Ballinamallard United - both clubs bidding for a place in the final for the first time.
The ties will be played on the last weekend of March.
March 5, 2019The Mallards made the last four with a dramatic penalty shoot-out victory against Dungannon Swifts at Stangmore Park on Saturday.
Ballinamallard beat Dungannon Swifts on penalties in Saturday's quarter-final tie at Stangmore Park.
It finished 2-2 after extra-time with Harry McConkey's Ducks winning it 3-2 on spot kicks.
Centre back and captain Simon Kelly grabbed a hat-trick for Warrenpoint in their 3-1 victory over Larne Tech Old Boys.
The Crues beat Ballymena 3-0 at Seaview.
Defender Billy Joe Burns scored from 40 yards.
🎥 Not often you see this: player admits he didn’t mean to score - & a defender too! @CrusadersFC MoTM @burnsy489 on 40-yarder to clinch cup QF win: “Tried to cross, bit of a shank & the wind took it - didn’t mean it, but I’ll take it!” #TennentsIrishCup pic.twitter.com/wKff2Ccws4— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) March 2, 2019
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Midfielder Declan Caddell is a survivor from the last Crues team to win the cup in 2009.
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Also on Saturday, Cliftonville had a 2-0 win at Glenavon to move up to fifth in the Danske Bank Premiership, three points behind the Lurgan team.
And Limavady won the North West Cup on their home ground, beating Institute on penalties.