Cliftonville 1-1 Larne (Cliftonville won 5-4 on penalties)
Cliftonville lifted the CIS League Cup at Windsor park
Cliftonville won the CIS League Cup by beating Larne in a penalty shoot-out at Windsor Park.
Tuesday's final finished 1-1 after extra-time and the Belfast Reds won the spot-kick decider to win their first trophy for five years.
But Larne will feel hard done by as a controversial decision by referee Frankie Hiles crucially went against them.
Derek Delaney had Larne one up when he got the ball in the net for a second time.
However, the ref thought he had spotted a foul and ruled the score out. Television replays suggested Larne had every right to feel aggrieved.
Premier Division new boys Larne took the lead on 11 minutes when former Drogheda United forward Delaney shot in first time after Cliftonville goalkeeper Paul Straney had failed to clear a Jim McCloskey corner.
Cliftonville went close to equalising on 17 minutes when Conor Hagan's neat shot on the turn crashed off the angle of post and crossbar.
Larne's Kieran O'Connor and James Quigley of Cliftonville were booked for first half fouls.
Midfielder Quigley had a decent chance on the half hour for Cliftonville but scooped the ball well over the crossbar.
Then came the monent when Delaney thought he had scored again, netting from close-range after Straney had failed to hold a Mark Parker header.
Ref Hiles ruled it out, apparently for a foul on the keeper.
On 62 minutes Barry Patton sent a good chance wide after Larne keeper Andy McDonald had fumbled a cross ball.
Soon afterwards Patton set up Anthony Crawford whose shot was palmed away by McDonald for a corner.
The Reds finally got the equaliser in the 79th minute as Keith Mulvenna went up with Larne defender Alan Murphy to head in when Conor Hagan's free came over from the left.
Second half yellows cards were shown to Larne duo James McDonagh and Gareth Walsh and Cliftonville's Hagan.
In the shoot-out, Larne's Emmanuel Maxwell was the only player not to score, Reds keeper Straney saving his weak kick.
The victory brought Marty Tabb his first trophy as a manager.
"It is a message to the people who doubted me in the past," said Tabb.
"Both teams deserve a lot of praise because the conditions were extremely difficult."
Cliftonville: Straney, Fleming, Branigan, Small, Mulvenna, Quigley, G McMullan, Crawford, Patton, Hagan, Donnelly.
Subs: C McMullan, Gregg, Vernon.
Larne: McDonald, Clifford, Maxwell, Murphy, McDonagh, Dickson, O'Connor, Ogden, Delaney, Parker , McCloskey.
Subs: Walsh, McKinstry, Cowie.