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Saturday, 15 February, 2003, 17:25 GMT
Good start for Wylie
Wylie was previously assistant-boss at Coleraine
Alfie Wylie took over from Colin Malone

Limavady Utd 0-3 Glenavon

Alfie Wylie's managerial reign at Glenavon got off to the perfect start when his charges claimed a comfortable 3-0 Irish Cup success at Limavady.

Glenn Fitzpatrick, a Dubliner signed by previous boss Colin Malone, was Glenavon's hero with two goals.

Fitzpatrick, making his debut for Glenavon, scored the opening goal on 12 minutes.

Limavady had a great chance to equalise but Ryan McIlmoyle fired wide.

Right on half-time, Fitzpatrick made it 2-0 by heading home Marc McCann's cross.

Glenavon's George O'Boyle had a goal ruled out shortly after the restart.

Kevin Henry scored Glenavon's third a minute from time.

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