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A Derby dual to remember

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As the Premiership opener with Ballymena United approaches on Friday night, fans of a certain age will recall one of the most bizarre meetings between the rivals.

It was 33 years ago this month that the club’s shared the spoils after a crazy 5-5 draw.

It remains one of the highest-scoring draws in Irish League history.

Ricky Wade and Barry McCreadie both netted doubles and Marty Tabb also scored for Coleraine.

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