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New signing Ronan Hale could make his debut for Crusaders this evening away to Newry City (7.45pm).
The 20-year-old former Birmingham and Derry City striker moved to the Crues last night, joining his older brother Rory at Seaview.
A win at the Showgrounds would see Stephen Baxter's men go level on points with the Danske Bank Premiership leaders Linfield.
But midfielder Declan Caddell expects a battle for the defending champions ..
The north Belfast club is flying high on and off the pitch.
Caddell is in his testimonial year and says there's been a dramatic transformation since he joined up more than a decade ago...
HALE - HALE! #DanskeBankPrem champs @CrusadersFC swoop to sign a 2nd Hale brother in the Jan transfer window 20-year-old striker @ronanhale9 Bro @Roryh96 did ok on his debut - only MoTM in big cup win last Saturday! Another nice bit of business by Crues boss Stephen Baxter. 👏 👏 https://t.co/pNFfIrb99M— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) January 10, 2019
Danske Bank Premiership
Friday, 7.45pm -
Newry City vs Crusaders
Saturday 3pm -
Ballymena United vs Dungannon Swifts
Cliftonville vs Ards
Coleraine vs Glenavon
Institute vs Glentoran
Linfield vs Warrenpoint Town
Great news for @Glenavon_FC fans - @Joshua10Daniels is staying put ... https://t.co/zCst0mXTh6— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) January 10, 2019