Probe over cup clash at Warrenpoint, Glens through after Robbie treble in 100th game

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Robbie McDaid - hat-trick for Glens. Pic: Irish FA.

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The Irish FA is to launch an investigation following incidents at the end of Saturday's Irish Cup tie between Warrenpoint Town and Ballymena United.

Players and supporters were involved in scuffles and Warrenpoint goalkeeper Mark Byrne was sent off after the visitors scored the winning goal.

The Sky Blues will travel to Ballinamallard in the quarter-finals at the end of this month.

The other last eight ties are Larne against Coleraine, Dungannon at home to Cliftonville and Glentoran against Crusaders at the Oval.

Mick McDermott's men beat Queen's 3-2 at the Dub with Robbie McDaid hitting a hat-trick on his 100th appearance for the Glens.



Sadler's Peaky Blinder Irish Cup 

Sixth Round results
Ballyclare Comrades 0-1 Larne AET
Carrick Rangers 1-5 Crusaders
Cliftonville 3-1 Rathfriland
Coleraine 3-0 Banbridge Town
Dungannon Swifts 4-2 Newry City AET
Knockbreda 2-5 Ballinamallard United
Queen's University 2-3 Glentoran
Warrenpoint Town 1-2 Ballymena United










Highlights Glens TV/DigiVibe Media. 



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