Linfield are out of the Champions League after losing out to Rosenborg in Norway in the second leg of their first round qualifier.Read the full story ›
There was more frustration for Linfield as Dungannon Swifts took a point away from Windsor Park in this stalemate.Read the full story ›
Glenavon came away from Windsor Park with a 3-2 victory over Linfield in a entertaining game.
The Blues took the lead after just two minutes, Kurtis Byrne with an accurate volley into the bottom corner.
But on seven minutes it was 1-1, Simon Kelly heading home past Roy Carroll from a Bobby Burns corner.
That was Kelly's first league goal for Glenavon for over a year.
On 48 minutes there was confusion in David Healy's side's penalty area.
The Blues couldn't avert the danger, and Andy Mitchell forced the ball home to make it 2-1.
The Lurgan Blues netted a late third when Marc Griffin scored, profiting from great work on the flank from Murray.
Andy Waterworth pulled back a consolation for the Blues.
Gavin Whyte's late winner was enough to give Crusaders a 2-1 win over Linfield at Windsor Park.Read the full story ›
Linfield came out on top beating Glenavon 1-0 in a close encounter at Mourneview Park on Friday night.Read the full story ›
Ballymena United came from a goal down to defeat 10- man Linfield 2-1 in their Irish Premiership clash at the Showgrounds on Friday night.Read the full story ›
- Ballinamallard Utd 0-5 Linfield
Linfield got back to winning ways with a 5-0 win at Ballinamallard United.
The Blues had lost five of their last seven in all competitions but doubles from Mark Haughey and Andy Waterworth along with goals from Kirk Millar and Jordan Stewart made it a successful afternoon in Fermanagh for David Healy's side.
Linfield's Josh Robinson was given a straight red card in the aftermath of Waterworth's first goal.
Coleraine snatched a last-gasp win over Linfield in Saturday’s clash at the Showgrounds, with Blues boss David Healy sent to the stands.Read the full story ›
Linfield enjoyed a 1-0 win over Belfast rivals Glentoran on Saturday at Windsor Park.Read the full story ›
- Dungannon Swifts 0-4 Linfield
Linfield took the lead, just past the 20 minute mark, Paul Smyth heading home for the champions from Chris Casement's cross at the back post.
It was two when Niall Quinn thumped one into the top corner from 25 yards.
David Healy's side added a third right on the stroke of half-time, Mark Haughey scoring via a deflection off Seanan Clucas.
Andy Mitchell made it four from the penalty spot for the Blues on 88 minutes.