Q Radio News
Linfield are through to the semi-finals of the BetMcLean League Cup after a last-gasp 2-1 victory over Portadown on Tuesday night.
The Blues needed an injury time goal from Jordan Stewart to finally see off the battling Championship side at Shamrock Park.
David Healy's men now travel to holders Dungannon Swifts in the last four next week.
.@OfficialBlues David Healy on dramatic late @Bet_McLean Cup victory @Portadownfc - “important goal by Jordan Stewart, saves us for Saturday (v @CrusadersFC) & sets us up for semis (@DgnSwifts next Tuesday!) pic.twitter.com/yYsC1jnImH— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 4, 2018
.@Portadownfc boss Matthew Tipton on heartbreaking last-gasp @Bet_McLean QF defeat v old club @OfficialBlues - “it’s a shame, sickening...but there are things we can learn from that and take forward.” pic.twitter.com/7eq6qyH2Nn— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 4, 2018
Dungannon have crashed out of the Euro Electrix Mid-Ulster Cup, beaten 5-1 in Tuesday's semi by manager Kris Lindsay's old club Glenavon at Mourneview Park.
Former Portadown striker Vinny Arkins has joined the backroom staff at Newry City as forwards coach.