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Three of tonight's matches in the Danske Bank Premiership have been called off due to frozen pitches.
Glenavon against Coleraine and Dungannon's game with Crusaders were postponed this afternoon.
Then an hour before kick-off the pitch at the Oval was also deemed unplayable.
It's a late, late Irish League postponement - @Glentoran v @BallymenaUnited in the #DanskeBankPrem is OFF following a pitch inspection by the match referee. pic.twitter.com/k2RLujAiG3— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 9, 2021
The other fixtures go ahead as scheduled.
Leaders Linfield travel to bottom club Carrick, second-placed Larne host Portadown and Cliftonville welcome Warrenpoint.
Here's what happened at the weekend and the latest standings:
⚽️ Late, late Big Two drama in #DanskeBankPrem as @OfficialBlues & @Glentoran beat north Belfast rivals. Also victories for @CarrickRangers & @Glenavon_FC. Linfield go 5 clear of @larnefc at top - pic.twitter.com/lB15cH4NOK— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 6, 2021
Former Irish League manager Tommy Wright has been watching games locally of late -
but he's now back in Scotland:
Coming up on Q Sport— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 8, 2021
The Wright man for the job, NI hero Tommy Wright confirmed as the new boss of @KilmarnockFC
Plus, we hear from @LFC manager Jurgen Klopp who says they'll fight to the finish for the Premier League title
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