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Summary

  1. Ballymena beat Dungannon 5-2
  2. Kane (2), McKinney & McMurray, Owens for United
  3. Lowe and Glackin for Dungannon
  4. Dungannon's Andrew Burns sent off
  5. Glenavon win 5-3 at Cliftonville
  6. Winchester, Curran & J Donnelly for Reds
  7. Marshall, Moorhouse, Singleton, Gray & McGrory for visitors

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No ordinary Joe

Joe McKinney scored the second for Ballymena who lead 10-man Dungannon 3-0 at half-time.

Joe McKiinney scored a fine goal for Ballymena against Dungannon
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Joe McKiinney scored a fine goal for Ballymena against Dungannon

Jay Reds up

Jay Donnelly's goal has Clifonville 3-2 up against Glenavon.

Jay Donnelly headed in Cliftonville's third against Glenavon
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Jay Donnelly headed in Cliftonville's third against Glenavon

Curran on target

Chris Curran celebrates after scoring the goal which gave Cliftonville a 2-1 lead against Glenavon.

Chris Curran and Jude Winchester have been on target for Cliftonville
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Chris Curran and Jude Winchester have been on target for Cliftonville

Swift dismissal

Dungannon's Andrew Burns was sent off in the fifth minute of the match against Ballymena for a dangerous tackle on Leroy Millar.

Refere Ian McNabb shows a red card to Andrew Burns of Dungannon
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Refere Ian McNabb shows a red card to Andrew Burns of Dungannon

Twenty's plenty

Ballymena's Tony Kane scored with an early free-kick to give his side the lead against Dungannon. It was his 20th goal of the season.

Ballymena's Tony Kane scored in the third minute at the Showgrounds
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Ballymena's Tony Kane scored in the third minute at the Showgrounds

Winchester levels

Jude Winchester netted a quick reply for Cliftonville to make it 1-1 against Glenavon.

Jude Winchester got Cliftonville's equaliser
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Jude Winchester got Cliftonville's equaliser

Marshall heads in for Glenavon

Rhys Marshall headed Glenavon into the lead in the third minute away to Cliftonville.

Rhys Marshall of Glenavon got the opening goal at Solitude
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Rhys Marshall of Glenavon got the opening goal at Solitude