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The delayed Danske Bank Premiership campaign is set to kick off tonight with Coleraine hosting derby rivals Ballymena.
The attendance has been restricted and Covid-19 protocols will be in place at the Showgrounds.
Stripes striker Curtis Allen says getting back on the pitch at all is a huge boost:
He says if all goes according to plan, it promises to be a great season:
Meanwhile, Coleraine boss Oran Kearney has been named NI Football Awards Manager of the Year for 2019/20.
The other five matches are being played tomorrow.
And there'll be a repeat of Reds v Glens in the County Antrim Shield semis:
Toals Co. Antrim Shield s/f draw— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) October 15, 2020
Larne v Linfield
Cliftonville v Glentoran
Ties to be played on Tuesday 3rd November, 7.45pm pic.twitter.com/bEDcd28FD5
Derry City's scheduled League of Ireland game at Shamrock Rovers this evening has been postponed.
It's after a second player with the Dublin club tested positive for Covid-19.
A number of other squad members have been identified as close contacts and are self-isolating.
It was announced on Thursday, all football here outside elite level is suspended from 6pm today:
⚽️ All football training and matches below elite level will be suspended from 6pm tomorrow due to the new #COVID19 restrictions.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) October 15, 2020
Danske Bank men and women’s Premiership games can continue - as well as NI internationals.
Irish FA - pic.twitter.com/wY3eNI1NKf