Charity Shield
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Season 2015/16
Saturday, 1st August, 2015 Venue: Solitude, Belfast
Crusaders
0-1
Glentoran
Jordan Stewart 69
Crusaders: O'Neill, Burns, Magowan, Robinson, McClean, Caddell, Snoddy, Clarke, O'Carroll, Owens, Whyte - Subs: Mitchell (replaced Caddell 44), O'Flynn (replaced O'Carroll 83), McKibbin (not used), Stewart (not used), Coates (not used)
Glentoran: Morris, Birney, Magee, Garrett, Kane, McCullough, Gibson, McAlorum, Gordon, McKee, McCaffrey - Subs: Stewart (replaced McCaffrey 55), Allen (replaced Gibson 58), Scullion (replaced McCullough 75), Hogg (not used), Addis (not used)
Crusaders qualified as League Champions
Glentoran qualified as Irish Challenge Cup Winners
Proceeds go to the Northern Ireland Hospice
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Season 2014/15
Saturday, 2nd August, 2014 Venue: Solitude, Belfast
Cliftonville
0-0
Ballymena United
Cliftonville win 4-2 on penalties.
Cliftonville(George McMullan, James Knowles, Johnny Flynn, Marc Smyth)
Ballymena United(Matthew Tipton, Michael Ruddy)
Cliftonville: Devlin, McGovern, Johnston, Flynn, McMullan, M. Donnelly, Catney, Winchester, Gormley, Murray, Cosgrove - Subs: Knowles (replaced Johnston 74), Smyth (replaced McGovern 74), J. Donnelly (replaced Murray 58), McGrandles (replaced Winchester 86), Caldwell (replaced M. Donnelly 74)
Ballymena United: Nelson, McCullagh, Taylor, Stewart, McBride, Gawley, Davidson, Jenkins, Teggart, Cushley, Tipton - Subs: Ruddy (replaced McBride 73), Kane (replaced Gawley 68), Thompson (replaced Teggart 66), Taggart (replaced Davidson 66), McVey (replaced Stewart 28)
Cliftonville qualified as League Champions
Ballymena United qualified as Irish Challenge Cup Runners Up (Glenavon had won the Irish Challenge Cup but were unable to play)
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Season 2000/01
Saturday, 5th August, 2000 Att: 6,000 Venue: Windsor Park, Belfast
Linfield
2-0
Glentoran
Glenn Ferguson, Chris Morgan
Played 40 minutes each way to allow for Carlsberg Challenge match between Liverpool and Benfica. 6,000 may have been the attendance for the Shield, while 10,500 for the "big match".
Linfield: Mathers, Collier, Easton, Scates, Murphy, Arthur, Larmour, Gorman, Ferguson, Kelly, Bailie. Subs: Morgan, McShane, Young
Glentoran: Gough, Ferguson, Kennedy, Walker, McCombe, Young, McCann, Lockhart, Armstrong, Fitzgerald, Leeman. Subs: Hamill, Russell, Rainey
Linfield qualified as League Champions
Glentoran qualified as Irish Challenge Cup Winners
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Season 1999/00
Saturday, 7th August, 1999 Att: 2,000 Venue: Mourneview Park, Lurgan
Portadown
2-1
Glentoran
Portadown(Vinny Arkins, Millar)
Glentoran(Elliott)
Portadown(Davidson, Dunne sent off)
Glentoran(Walker sent off)
Portadown: Dalton, McKeown, Davidson, Byrne, Strange, Major, Campbell [Hill], Dunne, Millar, Arkins [Irwin]
Glentoran: Gough, Ferguson, Kennedy, Walker, Livingstone, McCann, Leeman, Hamill [Batey], Young [Finlay], Elliott, Rainey
Glentoran qualified as League Champions
Portadown qualified as Irish Challenge Cup Winners
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Season 1998/99
Saturday, 8th August, 1998 Att: ?,??? Venue: The Oval, Belfast
Cliftonville
1-0
Glentoran
McCann
Cliftonville: Ingham; Small, Flynn, Tabb, McCallion, Sliney, T. McCann, Collins, Tolan, M. McCann, Donnelly. Subs: McCourt, Davey, McMahon, McDonagh
Glentoran: Russell; Nixon, Kennedy, Walker, Devine, Livingstone, Elliott, Mitchell, Kirk, Quigley, Hamill. Subs: McBride, Dwyer, McCleave, Batey, Leeman, Rainey
Cliftonville qualified as League Champions
Glentoran qualified as Irish Challenge Cup Winners
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Season 1994/95
Saturday, 3rd August, 1994 Att: 2,700 Venue: Windsor Park, Belfast
Linfield
2-0
Bangor
Stephen Beatty 70, Pat Fenlon 88
Linfield: Patterson; Dornan, Easton, Peebles, Spiers, Beatty, Campbell, Anderson, Haylock, Fenlon, Bailie. Subs: Caldwell, Knell, McIlroy
Bangor: Dalton, Glendinning, Ferguson, McCaffrey, Spiers, Mills, Hill, Bailie, McCallan, Collins. Subs: Currie, Dornan, Surgeon
Linfield qualified as League Champions
Bangor qualified as Irish Challenge Cup Runners Up
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Season 1993/94
Saturday, 10th August, 1993 Att: 2,000 Venue: Windsor Park, Belfast
Linfield
1-1
Bangor
Linfield(Mark Anderson 85)
Bangor(Stephen Brown 23)
No extra time, trophy shared
Linfield: Lamont; A. Dornan, Easton, Doherty, McConnell, Allen, McCoosh, Gorman, Johnston, Haylock, Bailie. Subs: Anderson, Knell
Bangor: Eachus; Canning, Glendinning, R. Dornan, Brown, O'Connor, Hill, Kenny, McLaughlin, McCreadie, McEvoy. Subs: Magee, Surgeon
Linfield qualified as League Champions
Bangor qualified as Irish Challenge Cup Winners
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Season 1992/93
Saturday, 8th August, 1992 Att: 3,000 Venue: Windsor Park, Belfast
Glentoran
1-1
Glenavon
Glentoran(Andy Mathieson 78)
Glenavon(Nigel Quigley 89)
No extra time, trophy shared
Glentoran: Smyth; Neill, McCaffrey, Morrison, Lowry, Devine, Campbell, Mathieson, Douglas, Hillis, McBride. Subs: McCloskey, Jameson
Glenavon: Beck; McKeown, Scappaticci, Quigley, Byrne, Kennedy, Crawford, Williamson, Ferguson, McMullan, Smyth. Subs: Crowe, Percy
Glentoran qualified as League Champions
Glenavon qualified as Irish Challenge Cup Winners
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