By Q Radio Sport
There were 16 second round ties in the Northern Ireland League Cup last night, with all the Danske Bank Premiership teams eventually going through.
Linfield beat Lisburn Distillery 6-0 at Windsor Park, sub Louis Rooney scoring a 10-minute hat-trick on his debut:
Louis Rooney on scoring a hat-trick
The Northern Ireland under-21 international signed from Plymouth Argyle last week was born in England but is the son of a lifelong Blueman:
Rooney on his family connections to Linfield
Meanwhile, Cliftonville have also added to their firepower, Rory Donnelly rejoining the club after almost six years across the water with clubs including Swansea and Gillingham.
The 25-year-old watched at Solitude as his brother Jay scored twice in the Reds' 4-0 cup win over Banbridge Town.
.@Glentoran manager Gary Haveron on injury to @JohnMcGuigan1 - match-winner v @LoughgallFC @OfficialNIFL #LeagueCup pic.twitter.com/rms1h7DLdL— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 29, 2017
Glens Boss Gary Haveron on the injury to John McGuigan
Glentoran needed extra-time to beat Loughgall at Lakeview Park, John McGuigan got the goal in a 1-0 win but was then stretchered off.
Here's the Glens manager Gary Haveron:
Loughgall boss Dean Smith was manager of Annagh United last season and masterminded their shock League Cup win over the Glens.
He's disappointed there wasn't a repeat performance with his new club:
.@LoughgallFC boss @deansmith212 masterminded @AnnaghUnitedFC win v @Glentoran last year & gave them a scare tonight pic.twitter.com/AcHgTeAe8z— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 29, 2017
Loughgall boss Dean Smith
Mark Sykes hit a hat-trick in Glenavon's 5-1 win over Donegal Celtic.
Holders Ballymena beat visiting Knockbreda 3-0 to register their first victory of the season while Coleraine maintained their 100 per cent start with a 4-1 home win against Larne.
Meanwhile, Ballinamallard were taken to penalties by Tobermore at Ferney Park - the shoot-out finished 8-7 to the relieved Premiership side.
Northern Ireland League Cup second round results:
Ards 5-0 Queen's University
Ballinamallard United 0-0 AET Tobermore United
(Ballinamallard won 8-7 on penalties)
Ballyclare Comrades 2-0 Newington YC
Ballymena United 3-0 Knockbreda
Carrick Rangers 3-0 Dergview
Cliftonville 4-0 Banbridge Town
Coleraine 4-1 Larne
Crusaders 2-1 Dundela
Glenavon 5-1 Donegal Celtic
Limavady United 0-1 PSNI
Linfield 6-0 Lisburn Distillery
Loughgall 0-1 AET Glentoran
Moyola Park 1-1 AET Institute
Institute won 7-6 on penalties
Newry City 0-4 Dungannon Swifts
Portadown 3-2 H&W Welders
Warrenpoint Town 4-1 Lurgan Celtic