The first match between the two clubs took place on 13 January in the first round of the County Antrim Shield at Solitude; this was also Crusaders first ever match in senior competition.
The senior side of Cliftonville was too good for the intermediate Crusaders team, with the Reds recording a victory. The first game between the two sides as senior teams took place in the Ulster Cup on 17 September , finishing in a draw at Solitude. The first league match and Boxing Day derby took place on 26 December , with Cliftonville emerging victorious with a victory at Seaview.
In at the height of The Troubles , there were more than 1, police officers on duty for the Ulster Cup match on 21 September between Crusaders and Cliftonville at Seaview, more than has ever been recorded at a football match in the United Kingdom. The sides first played each other in a cup final in , with Cliftonville winning the County Antrim Shield in a penalty shoot-out, but with Glentoran and Linfield dominating Northern Irish football the sides did not reach a national cup final together until the season when they met in the final of the —09 Irish Cup.
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Crusaders won the match 1 — 0 in front of 7, fans at Windsor Park. It would be not long before the two met again in a cup final as in the season with the sides first and second in the league table they played each other in the final of the —13 Irish League Cup with Cliftonville emphatically winning 4 — 0 at Windsor Park. The following season they played again the League Cup Final but this time in a more cagey affair.
Finishing 0 — 0 after extra time Cliftonville retained the cup with a 3 — 2 win on penalties. A fixture during the season came to national media attention after a game was cancelled due to a Loyalist flag protest. Going into the fixture on 16 February Cliftonville led the Irish Premier League with a twelve-point lead, Crusaders in second had a game in hand and hoped a win over their rivals could see them falter.
A small group of 20 flag protesters turned up half an hour before kick off and engaged in skirmishes with police. Around fans were in attendance but many supporters were unable to enter due to the protesters outside the turnstiles. The decision was made to cancel the game with condemnation of the protesters tactics and police's handling of the situation. Due to fixture congestion it was not rearranged until 22 April by which time Cliftonville had long won the title. Despite praise for both clubs during the incident further controversy emerged for the rearranged fixture when Crusaders on advice of the police only offered tickets for away supporters around would be normal.
Cliftonville fans issued a boycott of fixture seven tickets were purchased, presumably to ticket stub collectors leaving a completely empty away stand and total attendance of just Traditionally Cliftonville's support was less polarised and they were seen as a cross community team in comparison to Crusaders, who had traditionally been regarded as a Unionist club. During the troubles the Cliftonville support came to be regarded as a nationalist due to their location along the Cliftonville Road.
With road blocks and cross community violence meaning that many away supporters no longer felt safe venturing to Solitude or Seaview. However, in recent years, with the streets safer than before, many supporters of both away teams choose to walk to their opponent's ground, given the close proximity of the grounds and the fact that both teams have largely local supports. Despite the community differences the rivalry between supporters is fairly amicable and brings financial benefits to both clubs. As is the tradition with many other derbies in the Irish League, each season a fixture is played on Boxing Day , unless this day falls on a Sunday.
In results between the two teams, Crusaders have victories to Cliftonville's It should also be noted that Cliftonville's amateur status meant that they were rarely competitive until the early s, losing most of their games and finishing bottom of the table on several occasions.
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In total, Cliftonville have won 45 senior honours to Crusaders' Crusaders did not become a senior side until after World War II , and thus the only senior competitions they could enter from to were the Irish Cup by invitation, having won the Irish Intermediate Cup or Intermediate League the season before or the County Antrim Shield again by invitation. While Crusaders suffered relegation to intermediate football in for one season, Cliftonville have never lost senior status and have competed in every top-flight season since Since World War II when both teams commenced competing at the same level , Crusaders have won 28 honours to Cliftonville's Since , the two sides have played each other in the domestic league at least twice every season, except for the —06 season.
The Irish Cup saw the teams meet in a national cup final for the first time ever in The NIFL League Cup was established in , with the first meeting between the sides coming in , and the most recent in the final.
The County Antrim Shield is a regional competition open to senior and intermediate clubs. Established in , the tournament saw the first ever meeting between the sides in , and the most recent meeting came in the quarter-finals in Having never played each other in any of these competitions, the Setanta Cup saw the only meeting of the two sides in all-Ireland competition in Established in , the Setanta Cup was last played in The Gold Cup , is a now-defunct competition which was previously open to senior clubs from to The two sides first met in this competition in with the final meeting coming in The Ulster Cup is also a now-defunct competition which was open to senior clubs from to Like the City Cup , the Ulster Cup was an annual fixture until the early s sometimes twice a season when it was split into groups.
Traditionally the opening competition of the season, this cup saw the first senior meeting of the clubs in , with the last meeting between the two coming in The City Cup is a now-defunct competition which ran from to Like the Ulster Cup , this was a fixture every season, and the sides played each other every season from until The Belfast Charity Cup is a now-defunct competition which ran from to , and was based on a similar tournament in Scotland , the Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup.
The competition was open to senior sides from Belfast and while Cliftonville could enter every year, Crusaders could only enter this competition by winning an intermediate tournament or by invitation. Players with 7 or more goals in the North Belfast derby. League and cup fixtures since season Those in bold still with either side.
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Since the reorganisation of Irish football in clubs are required to publish attendances. Attendances in the s and s would have been considerably higher. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Scuttle Hole Road, for example, which connects Water Mill to Sag Harbor, used to be pretty good, with its pleasant curves and scenic farms, but the traffic along it is a little thicker than it used to be and a little more reckless, too; I don't think that's my imagination.
In addition, Scuttle Hole is one of the few well-traveled roads in the Hamptons without an adequate shoulder.
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So even though it's part of a favorite mile loop of mine, I've had to forget it unless I'm out for a ride in the early morning. But I haven't given up on some other busy thoroughfares. Sometimes biking is not a search for solitude or pretty scenery; sometimes it's just biking, a search for exercise or a way to get from one place to another. The great straightaway, Long Beach Road along Noyack Bay, which provides a wonderful sprint workout, can grow pretty congested, but it is never unsafe; the shoulder is vast. And even Route 27, for much of its length, is quite ridable, though you can usually find a more pleasant way to get where you want to go.
In any case, once a year, I try to make the trip out to Montauk Point, 50 miles or so round-trip from Sag Harbor. If I can, I choose a day when the wind is quiet, because the treeless stretch between Amagansett and the town of Montauk can be brutal, in one direction or the other. All right, I'm a bit of a fanatic now you know why I don't get to the beach all that much , but at least part of my point is that bicycling turns out to be an excellent way to explore. And the east end of Long Island is just about the right size for intermittent exploration over a summer's time.
By pursuing a hobby on weekends, I've managed to get a pretty good handle on the lay of the land out there. That's satisfying.
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But if that doesn't persuade you, and the fact that it's just plain fun doesn't either, there's always the chance you'll happen, as I did, on the back roads through Water Mill and Southampton to the express lanes of Route 27, which on a congested Sunday night can save you maybe half an hour on the drive back to the city. Please upgrade your browser.
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