CLIFTONVILLE manager Paddy McLaughlin is looking forward to Saturday’s trip to Larne after an enforced break at the weekend.
The Reds travel to Inver Park (3pm kick-off) looking to bounce back from the disappointment of losing to Dungannon Swifts last Tuesday evening at Stangmore Park.
IT’S a long way from the Blacks Road to Phnom Penh, but one Belfast native has already made his mark in the sprawling capital city of Cambodia.
Colum Curtis, a 31-year-old former pupil of St Mary’s CBGS guided Vishaka FC to their first-ever victory in the Hun Sen Cup tanks to a 2-0 victory over NagaWorld FC at the Olympic Stadium earlier this month, but he is only getting started.
NIFL PremiershipDungannon Swifts 2-1 CliftonvilleDOUGIE Wilson’s converted penalty five minutes from time condemned Cliftonville to their second league defeat of the season after a 2-1 defeat to Dungannon Swifts at Stangmore Park on Tuesday evening.
Danske Bank Irish PremiershipCrusaders 1-0 Cliftonville Jordan Owens pounced with little under 20 minutes to go to ensure that Crusaders ran out 1-0 winners over Cliftonville in the first North Belfast derby of the season at Seaview on Friday evening. The hosts had edged the game on chances until Owens out-jumped Richard Brush to head home the winner and ensure the Shore Road men claimed the first derby spoils this season to the disappointment of Reds' boss Paddy McLaughlin who felt the Garry Breen’s injury was a massive turning point in the game. “It was a disappointing night,” admitted McLaughlin. “It wasn’t a great match to watch and I don’t think any of the two sides played particularly well in terms of what you’d expect of two of the top sides in the division.