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Irish League takeaways: Linfield prove winning late is simply Devine, Crusaders on Cup charge and Ballymena aren't singing the blues

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Late, late show: Linfield players celebrate their late winner at Warrenpoint. Credit: David Maginnis

Late, late show: Linfield players celebrate their late winner at Warrenpoint. Credit: David Maginnis

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Ballymena United boss David Jeffrey

Ballymena United boss David Jeffrey

Ethan Devine. Credit: David Maginnis

Ethan Devine. Credit: David Maginnis

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Gary Hamilton

Gary Hamilton

Elliott Morris. Credit: Stephen Davison

Elliott Morris. Credit: Stephen Davison

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Late, late show: Linfield players celebrate their late winner at Warrenpoint. Credit: David Maginnis

As we await a ruling on Glentoran’s fate in the Irish Cup, the title race continues to captivate as Linfield survived a huge scare at Warrenpoint.

The champions are four points ahead of the Reds, who now have a game in hand, and David Healy’s side go to Solitude on April 9. Can the Blues be reeled in? Their next two fixtures, against the Reds and Glentoran, should help us answer that question. Here’s what we learned at the weekend.


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