Andy double sets up Shield showdown, Gray to stay and Swifts snap up keeper

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Andy Waterworth - double at Ballymena.

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Linfield will play Crusaders in the final of the Toals County Antrim Shield on February 5th.

The Blues beat Ballymena 2-1 in Tuesday night's semi at the Showgrounds.

Andy Waterworth struck twice on his 250th appearance, giving him a total of 146 goals so far for the club - and 22 this season.

Here's Linfield manager, Northern Ireland's record scorer David Healy....

Cathair Friel scored to pull one back for the home side but Linfield were worthy winners. 

The Shield final will be staged in Ballymena.

Meanwhile, Ballymena fans say they have their eyes on a bigger prize after a record-breaking season.

David Jeffrey's Sky Blues are still in the running for other trophies, including what would be their first ever league championship.

Supporters have told Q Radio their team is looking good for some silverware ...


Barry Gray appears set to stay on as Cliftonville manager.

There were reports he could be sacked after five defeats in a row, topped by Saturday's Irish Cup exit against Dungannon.

But he's held talks with the club and says he remains in charge.


Dungannon Swifts have signed a former Republic of Ireland youth international goalkeeper. 

21-year-old Dubliner Evan Moran previously had spells with West Brom and Bray Wanderers.








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