The second of Larne’s Easter fixtures takes place on Tuesday evening as we travel to Solitude to take on Cliftonville at 7.45pm. Take a look below for all you need to know ahead of travelling to the North Belfast for another big encounter.
TICKETS AND TRAVEL
Tickets are only available as hard copies for this one. They are on sale at the Larne Academy of Sport from 10am – 4pm on both Monday and Tuesday. If there are any tickets remaining after 4pm on Tuesday, there will be further communication from the club. Tickets are priced at £12 for adults and £8 for concessions.
Tickets for our final home game of the season, against Linfield on Friday 21st April, will also be on sale during these times.
There are a number of supporters buses travelling to this fixture. Please check the Larne FC Reds, Inver Red & Whites and Larne Northern Northern Ireland Supporters Club social media pages for the latest information on availability.
1889 SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB
The 1889 will be open from 5pm for all supporters who want to call in before travelling to the match. For those unable to make it, all the big games of the night will be shown on the screens.
Cliftonville scored a late equaliser, courtesy of Ronan Hale, to draw 2-2 with Coleraine at Solitude on Friday. Paddy McLaughlin’s men are in third place in the table, two points behind Linfield and nine away from the Invermen.
Larne have won two, with Cliftonville prevailing in the other fixture between the two sides this season.
THE INVER REDS
Friday’s impressive 2-0 victory over Glentoran saw Tiernan Lynch’s restore their seven-point lead at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership. Micheal Glynn scored his first goal for the club in that one, while top scorer Lee Bonis also returned to goalscoring action.
There are now four games left for the Invermen and they head into the final furlong in good form having taken seven points out of a possible nine in recent league outings.