2012 Setanta Sports Cup Final

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The 2012 Setanta Sports Cup final was played on 12 May 2012, and was originally scheduled to be played at Windsor Park in Belfast. On 26 April, it was announced that the venue was to be changed to The Oval, also in Belfast. The cup was won by Crusaders on penalties.[1][2]

Match details[edit]

12 May 2012
Crusaders 2–2 (a.e.t.) Derry City
Coates Goal 85'96'
McBride Red card 90'
(Report) Patterson Goal 80'101' (pen.)
Coates Penalty scored
Morrow Penalty scored
Snoddy Penalty scored
Gargan Penalty missed
Dallas Penalty scored
McKeown Penalty scored
5–4 Penalty scored Patterson
Penalty scored Higgins
Penalty scored Molloy
Penalty missed Morrison
Penalty scored McEleney
Penalty missed McCaffrey
The Oval, Belfast
Attendance: 3,275
Referee: Raymond Crangle

GK 1 Northern Ireland Sean O'Neill
DF 4   Paul Leeman
DF 6 Northern Ireland Colin Coates (c)
DF 5   David Magowan
DF 3 Northern Ireland Stephen McBride YC 57' Yellow cardRed card 90'
MF 16   Aidan Watson Substituted off 93'
MF 8   Chris Morrow YC 82'
MF 14 Northern Ireland Stuart Dallas YC 36'
MF 12   Delan Caddell Substituted off 111'
FW 10   David Rainey Substituted off 96'
FW 9   Timmy Adamson Substituted off 91'
DF 2   Gareth McKeown Substituted in 91'
MF 7   Ryan McCann
MF 11   Ciaran Gargan Substituted in 111'
DF 15   David McMaster
MF 20   David Gibson
FW 13   Matthew Snoddy Substituted in 96'
FW 17   Michael Halliday
Northern Ireland Stephen Baxter

Man of the Match: Northern Ireland Colin Coates

Assistant Referees:

Fourth Official:

GK 1 Republic of Ireland Gerard Doherty (c)
DF 17 Republic of Ireland Simon Madden
DF 6   Shane McEleney
DF 12   Ryan McBride
DF 3 Northern Ireland Dermot McCaffrey Substituted off 59'
MF 7 Northern Ireland Ruaidhri Higgins
MF 10 Republic of Ireland Patrick McEleney
MF 4   Barry Molloy
MF 15   Stephen McLaughlin Substituted off 62'
FW 11 Northern Ireland Rory Patterson YC 89'
FW 9   David McDaid Substituted off 59'
GK 22   Eugene Ferry
DF 2 Northern Ireland Eddie McCallion Substituted in 106'
DF '   Michael Barr
MF 14   Brian McGroary
MF 19 Northern Ireland Owen Morrison
FW 23   Ryan Curran
FW 26   Matt Crossan
Northern Ireland Declan Devine

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Crusaders lift Setanta Sports Cup trophy". goal.com. 12 May 2012. Retrieved 7 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Gareth McKeown was the hero as Crusaders won the Setanta Sports Cup, after a penalty shoot-out". RTÉ Sport. 12 May 2012. Retrieved 7 November 2012. 

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