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Crusaders have bowed out of the Europa League qualifiers.
They drew 1-1 with Olimpija Ljubljana at Seaview on Thursday night but the Slovenian side go through 6-2 on aggregate.
The Crues unveiled new signing from Derry City Rory Patterson before kick off.
Meanwhile, Glentoran have made their first signings of the summer, just in the nick of time for Saturday's opening Danske Bank Premiership game against Cliftonville.
Lee Chapman moves to the Oval from Carrick Rangers while also on board is former Republic of Ireland youth international midfielder Conor Pepper, who's been with Greenock Morton.
The waiting game is finally over for @Glentoran fans - they’ve signed a player! @Conor_Pepper ex-RoI u-19 and title winner in Scotland comes highly recommended and manager McFall says he’s “actively looking for at least two more quality players.” https://t.co/m2ShYKLFYD— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 2, 2018
Video courtesy Glentoran FC and DigiVibe Media.
Former Crues and Portadown striker Marcio Soares has joined Dungannon.
Championship club Larne have confirmed the signing of defender Graham Kelly whose previous club was Port Vale.
Opening fixtures, Danske Bank Premiership
Saturday 4 August (kick-off 3pm)
Coleraine v Warrenpoint Town
Dungannon Swifts v Ballymena United
Glenavon v Linfield
Glentoran v Cliftonville
Institute v Newry City
Monday 6 August (kick-off 7.45pm)
Crusaders v Ards