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Northern Ireland manager Ian Baraclough has confirmed Jordan Jones won't be in his squad for next week's Euro play-off final against Slovakia.
The winger and a Rangers teammate were suspended by the club and ordered to self-isolate for two weeks after breaching Covid rules in Scotland.
Baraclough issued a statement on Monday evening saying Jones made the wrong decision and would have to learn from the incident.
Confirmed - Jordan Jones OUT of Euro play-off final v Slovakia after breaking Rangers Covid rules@NorthernIreland boss Ian Baraclough: “Jordan will not be included in my squad for the upcoming international window and hopefully he will learn from this incident”— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 2, 2020
Full statement: pic.twitter.com/tk2RuZuBQR
The Toals County Antrim Shield semi-finals are being staged on Tuesday night.
Holders Cliftonville welcome Glentoran while Larne face Linfield at Inver Park.
There'll be limited numbers of home and away fans.
But visitors are being banned at Warrenpoint:
Warrenpoint Town have decided to restrict matches to home supporters only.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 2, 2020
It's after Portadown players celebrated a goal with visiting fans at Milltown on Saturday. #DanskeBankPrem
Warrenpoint statement: pic.twitter.com/FS8zSUtC0C
Ulster maintained their unbeaten start to the PRO14 season with an 11-7 win over the Cardiff Blues in Newport on Monday night
Michael Lowry crossed for Ulster's only try of the game and John Cooney added two penalties.
FT: @PRO14Official@cardiff_blues 7@UlsterRugby 11— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 2, 2020
Four from four in the league for the Ulstermen. Brilliant Michael Lowry try & 2 pens from John Cooney who now has an incredible 500+ points in the competition. 👏 👏 #CBLvULS #GuinnessPRO14 pic.twitter.com/5V0Y0YPUdC