That's all for today folks. Keep an eye out for highlights of all today's games on the BBC Sport website tonight and for the Irish League Show on the iPlayer on Monday evening. Tune in to coverage of the League Cup second round on Radio Ulster on Tuesday night and join us for more Premiership action next Saturday, with leaders Crusaders travelling to face Ards.
- Ballinamallard United 1-2 Cliftonville - result
- Crusaders 2-1 Portadown - result
- Linfield 1-1 Dungannon Swifts - result
Ballinamallard proved hard to break down with 10 men and we didn't use the pitch to our full capabilities. This result gives us something to build on at least.
Our performance was unacceptable from the outset. We didn't play well enough, didn't move the ball quickly enough, didn't create chances and were defensively poor. Dungannon worked harder than us and wanted a positive result more than we did. We didn't show enough quality to break them down. We had no spark and no creativity.
We were keen to get the win as we knew where it may take us, depending on other results. I haven't scored many headers in my career but unfortunately today, it was at the wrong end. It was special to make amends soon after by scoring my first goal for the Crues.
Windsor Park is a very tough place to come but I thought our players deserved their point. We were brave, tried to keep our foot on the ball and a lot of credit must go to our players for being as confident as they were. We had a plan, kept our shape and gave the players a chance to express themselves. In the end, we could have nicked a winner.
Cliftonville end a two-game losing run as they scratch out an unconvincing win against 10-man Ballinamallard.
Champions Crusaders move top of the Premiership table as they hold on despite some Portadown pressure in injury-time. Portadown claim that Crues midfielder Michael Gault handled in his own penalty area deep in injury-time but Tim Marshall waves away the visitors' pleas. Crues made heavy weather of it in the second half but take the three points.
Finishes all square at Windsor Park. A deserved point for a spirited and well drilled Dungannon side against a Linfield team largely devoid of creativity.
Northern Ireland international goalkeeper Roy Carroll makes a vital late stop for Linfield, saving Alan Teggart's left-foot effort with his legs. Still level going into four minutes of added time.
David Miskelly makes another great save in the Seaview contest as he beats away a fierce Gavin Whyte free-kick.Still a couple of minutes of normal time left.
Ballinamallard United 1-2 Cliftonville
Crusaders 2-1 Portadown
Linfield 1-1 Dungannon Swifts
The Mallards are presented with a glorious chance to level on 78 minutes but Jason McCartney steers his penalty wide. Cliftonville stay 2-1 ahead.
Philip Lowry looks certain to score after Jordan Owens' close-range effort is blocked by David Miskelly but the former Ports, Derry City and Linfield man somehow contrives to divert wide with the goal gaping. It's one of the first decent pieces of play from Crusaders in a rather lacklustre second half for the champions.
After Cliftonville were starting to run out of ideas against Ballinamallard's 10 men, they get a break as home defender Ryan McConnell diverts into his own net past James McGrath on 63 minutes. Unlucky for the Mallards who have been superbly marshalled by Shane McCabe.
Linfield manager David Healy has introduced Paul Smyth and Ross Gaynor in place of Andy Waterworth and Josh Carson in a bid to secure all three points at Windsor Park. A well organised Dungannon side proving a hard nut to crack for the Blues.
Portadown are starting to win more possession with Colin Coates having to make a timely intervention to prevent Aaron Haire connecting with a Robert Garrett cross.
Michael Carvill curls a shot just over David Miskelly's crossbar after a mazy run by Paul Heatley. Portadown aren't offering much and it's hard to see anything other than a home win at this stage.
Colin Coates thunders a header past Miskelly to put the champions into the lead on 53 minutes after a floated Michael Carvill corner. Awful defending by Portadown.
Kris Lowe levels things at Windsor Park with a simple tap-in from Andy Mitchell's pass for Dungannon's equaliser.
All three matches resume after the half-time intervals.
Linfield in line to move to the top of the Premiership table as it stands at half-time. Aaron Burns had a couple of early chances before Haughey's header which gives the Blues their narrow advantage at the break.
Jamie Glackin went close for the Swifts but his fierce strike, which seemed destined for the top corner, was tipped over the bar by Roy Carroll
Lecky's leveller leaves the sides on terms at half-time at Ferney Park. The equaliser came after a bad mistake by Cliftonville keeper Jason Mooney who dropped a harmless looking cross at Lecky's feet.
Giant striker Adam Lecky has levelled for the 10 men of Ballinamallard at Ferney Park in the first minute of first-half injury-time. It's his third goal of the season.
Crues utterly dominant after Beverland atoned for his early own goal by heading in an equaliser but it's still 1-1 at Seaview.
Crusaders are putting the Ports under severe pressure with David Miskelly having to make two fine saves to deny Michael Carvill over the last couple of minutes.
Mark Haughey puts Linfield ahead in the 38th minute. The big defender was left unmarked and headed into the bottom corner from Josh Carson's corner.
Within five minutes of Flatley's early exit, Darren Murray puts Cliftonville ahead at Ferney Park.
Liam Flatley must depart the Ferney Park stage on this particular Saturday as Ballinamallard are reduced to 10 men in the 26th minute. Flatley receives a straight red card for a challenge on Cliftonville's Jason McGuinness.
Still waiting for things to burst into life at Windsor Park. Dungannon holding their own against David Healy's men so far, with goalmouth action at a premium.
After his glaring early miss, Gavin Whyte goes close to putting the Crues ahead as his fierce shot is deflected just wide after he cuts inside from the right flank.
Six foot seven inch Cliftonville defender Jason McGuinness is having some battle with six foot eight Mallards striker Adam Lecky. Still scoreless at Ferney.
Howard Beverland has quickly atoned for his own goal as his looping header flies over a flat-footed Ports keeper David Miskelly after Gavin Whyte's free-kick delivery. Quite a start for the former Coleraine defender.
And it's an own goal at Seaview as Crues defender Howard Beverland heads a Mark Carson cross past his own keeper Sean O'Neill. A shock for the champions after looking utterly dominant early on.
We're under way at Seaview with the sun trying to break through the clouds. Gavin Whyte misses a glorious early chance for the champions and he blasts wide from eight yards after being set up by Paul Heatley.