That is it for this week. We're back next Saturday with a full programme of six Premiership matches. Hope you will join us then.
- Ards 0-1 Crusaders
- Ballinamallard 0-3 Coleraine
- Dungannon 2-2 Ballymena
- Portadown 4-0 Carrick
Portadown v Crusaders
Dungannon Swifts v Ballinamallard United
Coleraine v Knockbreda
Ards v Warrenpoint Town
Armagh City v Carrick Rangers
Glenavon v H&W Welders
Ballymena United v Linfield
Annagh United v Cliftonville
Ties to be played on Wednesday 12 October.
It has been a great eight days for us - the boys were brilliant from start to finish. The goal at the start of the second half was key and we pushed on to get a good three points.
Aaron Haire will be OK, although there will be a few stitches coming. He got a cut to the head and was a wee bit dizzy.
I couldn't work it out when we went 2-0 down because we had some great chances. Andrew Mitchell scored a wonderful goal although we should have defended it better and the second was down to poor marking. But my players kept going and Conor McCloskey scored a superb goal and the Cathair got his usual goal. Trying to be objective, it was a fair result.
Ards made it tough for us and you have to give them credit. I think they will do well this season. Our performances have not been great but we dug in and got the result. It was a great ball in by Paul Heatley and I got on the end of it.
No other team in the league has a striker like Jordan Owens and he did it again for them. We felt we deserved something form the game and are gutted as the goal came so late, but the boys did the club proud. The two red cards should have been yellows in my opinion, but people will say I'm old school. They were mistimed tackles, but there was nothing vicious in them.
Robert Garrett scores four minutes from time as the Ports cruise to the three points. There was a 12-minute delay for treatment to Aaron Haire so we'll have a late finish at Shamrock Park.
Victory for Coleraine leaves the Mallards with just one point from six matches.
The champions go four points clear at the top of the table thanks to that, late, late goal by Jordan Owens.
Jordan Owens heads in for the Crues in the third minute of stoppage-time. The big striker, who had not scored in five games, rises to meet a cross from the left by Paul Heatley.
The Crues will go four points clear as a result. Heartbreak for Ards.
Four minutes being added on in the 10-a-side match at Bangor. Can we find a winner? The Crues would be disappointed to drop points in this one.
Points in the bag for the Bannsiders now as Jamie McGonigle scores his second goal in the 89th minute, a volley from the edge of the box, low and hard. Nice technique.
Aaron Haire collided with keeper Ryan Morrell when he scored and the stretcher is coming on after lengthy treatment for what appears to be a serious injury. Let's hope Aaron makes a quick and full recovery.
Aaron Haire applies the close-range finish with 10 minutes left and the Ports should soon be celebrating a much-needed victory.
Eighteen-year-old Ross Holden has come on for Crusaders at Bangor. His dad Albert played for the Crues and Cliftonville in the 80s.
It's a goal on his debut for Alan Byrne with the Ports midfielder heading home from an Aaron Haire corner on 74 minutes. The hosts have lost their last three Premiership games but that run is set to end unless Carrick can produce a late comeback.
It is 10 v 10 at Bangor now as Crusaders substitute David Cushley is sent off for a late challenge on Joe McKinney.
Jamie McGonigle doubles Coleraine's lead at Ferney Park, pouncing to score after dispossessing Ross Taheny - 67th minute.
Ballymena have fought back from two goals down to level. Tony Kane delivers the corner and Cathair Friel heads in from six yards after 61 minutes.
Gareth Tommons of Ards gets a straight red card for a tackle, just seconds after coming on as a substitute.
Miguel Chines comes on for Rangers with boss Kieran Harding hoping the striker can inject some potency into an attack which has rarely troubled the Ports defence.
Ian Parkhill puts Coleraine into the lead in the 46th minute. It was a good break by Jamie McGonigle who played the ball wide to Parkhill who cut in from the left, beat a few players, and shot low to score.
Ards 0-0 Crusaders
Ballinamallard Utd 0-0 Coleraine
Dungannon Swifts 2-1 Ballymena Utd
Portadown 1-0 Carrick Rangers
Ports in control as we approach half-time and they almost doubled their advantage when Brendan Shannon headed off the crossbar.
United get one back at Stangmore Park on the half-hour mark courtesy of Conor McCloskey's diving header.
Ballymena were rocked by Andrew Mitchell's quickfire double but they come close to pulling one back when Conor McCloskey's deflected strike is well saved by Andy Coleman.
Stephen Hughes puts Pat McGibbon's Ports into a 13th-minute lead, a cool half-volley past keeper Ryan Morrell from a Mikey Whithers pull back.
The Swifts double their lead and it's Andrew Mitchell again, this time hitting the roof of the net from six yards. Two goals in four minutes at Stangmore Park.