- Coleraine 5-1 Carrick Rangers
Coleraine made light work of Carrick Rangers to progress to the last sixteen of the Irish Cup after a resounding 5-1 victory at the Coleraine Showgrounds.
Eoin Bradley announced his return to the club with a goal after just two minutes, having been signed back by the Bannsiders following a spell with Glenavon, before Jorden Allen added a second from the penalty spot.
Allan added his second of the afternoon to maske it 3-0 by the 26th minute, before Carrick rallied briefly when Neil McCafferty turned the ball into his own net.
the respite proved to be short-lived as Bradley added a further two goals to complete his hat-trick and set up a meeting with Tobermore Utd in the sixth round.
Irish Cup holders Glenavon came from a goal down to beat Portstewart 4-1 at Mourneview Park.
Last year’s semi-finalists Lurgan Celtic are out of the Irish Cup after losing 1-0 to H&W Welders in their fifth round clash on Saturday.