Brian Gartland's second-half strike gave Portadown a deserved Premiership win over Donegal Celtic on Saturday.
DC keeper John Connolly made a series of fine saves in the first half to frustrate the hosts.
Ports striker Kevin Braniff fired just wide from a free-kick while the visitors went close when David Miskelly kept out Conor Downey's effort.
The only goal came on 72 minutes with defender Gartland hammering low into the net to clinch the three points.
Portadown move above champions Linfield into seventh while Donegal Celtic remain two points adrift at the bottom and still without a league win this season.