Glenavon have dedicated their stunning Irish Cup triumph to former striker Mark Farren, who passed away in February this year.
The Lurgan Blues players held a banner on the pitch after the game with the words: 'Mark, your courage will never be forgotten. Be just and fear not', while Mark's wife Terri-Louise held aloft the trophy.
Every one of the players also wore the number '10' printed on the front of their shirt, while after the game they all changed into shirts with 'Farren 10' on the back.
A round of applause broke out in the tenth minute as both sets of fans honoured the former striker, who was most famous for becoming Derry City's top goalscorer.
Farren passed away in February after a brave battle against cancer, three years after quitting the game due to his diagnosis.