Blues stay four points clear of Bannsiders, but events off the pitch hit the headlines

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Kirk Millar, claimed two goals for Linfield at Carrick. Pic: NIFL.

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A row's erupted after allegations of sectarianism during Saturday's game between Carrick Rangers and Linfield.

Carrick claim "vile" comments were directed at their players. 

The Blues have denied the accusations saying the club was not aware of evidence of any sectarian abuse by Linfield fans.



Blues boss David Healy praised supporters in his post-match interview...

Linfield won the game 2-0 and stay four points clear at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership.

There were also wins for second-placed Coleraine, Cliftonville, Crusaders and Larne while Dungannon and Warrenpoint drew 4-4.



Meanwhile, Coleraine manager Oran Kearney has been named manager of the month for February. 



This week's fixtures:

Danske Bank Premiership

Saturday, 3pm - 

Coleraine vs Dungannon Swifts
Crusaders vs Glentoran
Glenavon vs Carrick Rangers
Institute vs Cliftonville
Linfield vs Larne
Warrenpoint Town vs Ballymena United


The Northern Ireland women's team lost 4-0 against Ukraine in Spain on Saturday night.

They play their final match of the Pinatar Cup tournament against Scotland on Tuesday.





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