Defending champions come to Town for the start of a new era at the Q Radio Arena

Warrenpoint Town drew 3-3 with Linfield at Windsor Park in December. Image courtesy NIFL.

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It's a red letter day for Warrenpoint Town on Saturday with league champions Linfield the visitors for the first match at the newly-renamed Q Radio Arena.

The teams recently drew 3-3 at Windsor Park and Point manager Matthew Tipton is confident his players will do the club proud again...
Blues boss David Healy says it promises to be quite an occasion...

Kick-off at the Q Radio Arena is 3pm and the same goes for the other five Danske Bank Premiership matches -

Leaders Crusaders host Ards while second-placed Coleraine go to Dungannon.

Third plays fifth at Mourneview Park with Glenavon against Cliftonville.

Reds boss Barry Gray says it's the first of two crunch encounters with their rivals for a place in Europe...


Glentoran travel to Ballinamallard.

The Mallards are bottom, but Glens manager Gary Haveron is wary...


Saturday also sees Haveron's former club Carrick Rangers take a trip to the team he used to play for, Ballymena United. 

Meanwhile, Carrick have signed international midfielder Ralph Kottoy, who left Championship club Larne earlier this week.

The 25-year-old featured in a friendly for the Central African Republic against Algeria in November.

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