Irish Cup: Away ties for Larne and Ballyclare, Carrick to host Foundry

(l-r) Carrick boss Gary Haveron, Ballyclare manager Eddie Hill and Larne's Davy McAlinden.
(l-r) Carrick boss Gary Haveron, Ballyclare manager Eddie Hill and Larne's Davy McAlinden.

Larne and Ballyclare Comrades have been handed away ties in the fourth round of the Irish Cup.

Davy McAlinden’s Invermen are faced with the prospect of the long journey to Dergview, while Ballyclare will make the relatively short trip to west Belfast to take on Donegal Celtic.

Carrick Rangers have home comfort against Amateur League outfit Albert Foundry.

The fourth-round ties are set to be played on December 6 (1:30pm kick-off).

More news on each of East Antrim’s top three football clubs in this week’s Times. Available in shops now.