Thanks for following the action with us tonight. We're back on Saturday with another full programme of six Irish Premiership matches.
- Ballymena United 3-3 Glenavon
- Carrick Rangers 1-4 Crusaders
- Cliftonville 2-0 Glentoran
- Dungannon Swifts 1-2 Ards
- Linfield 1-1 Coleraine
- Portadown 2-1 Ballinamallard Utd
Even though it was a horrendous decision, I still think we should have dealt with the corner the way we had been doing all night. However, I cannot accept that decision tonight, and that it why I was so animated. The referee was not watching and the linesman was obviously not watching.
There was tremendous character shown by the boys, at 3-0 down a lot of teams would be dead and buried. But the coaching staff instill it into us that we are never beaten.
There were a lot of brave boys out there tonight. Until they scored, we were not under real pressure but when Burns scored that changed everything. Then when Joe got sent off it was the Alamo for 15 minutes. It was a real test of character.
I am absolutely delighted for the supporters and everyone connected with the club. It has been a hard summer and we have had a lot of negative publicity over the last couple of weeks. When we conceded the equaliser we were up against it for a while, but Mark McAllister popped up with our second goal.
Ballymena 3-3 Glenavon
Carrick Rangers 1-4 Crusaders
Cliftonville 2-0 Glentoran
Dungannon Swifts 1-2 Ards
Linfield 1-1 Coleraine
Portadown 2-1 Ballinamallard
David McDaid rounds Glens keeper Elliott Morris to double the Reds' advantage after being set up by Stephen Garrett. Just seconds before the final whistle.
That was never a corner in a month of Sundays
Crusaders seal the points with two minutes left as Philip Lowry dinks the ball over keeper Brian Neeson and it hits the underside of the bar before going in.
Aaron Burns nets 89th-minute equaliser for Linfield from a corner which was controversially awarded by referee Keith Kennedy. Coleraine are furious, insisting it should have been a goal kick, and have Lyndon Kane sent-off for dissent.
Wow! What a comeback by Glenavon as substitute Ciaran Martyn turns to shoot past Ross Glendinning after player-manager Gary Hamilton's shot is diverted into his path. Equaliser in the 74th minute and a big blow to Ballymena.
Going to be an anxious last 20 minutes for Ards as Joe McKinney gets a straight red card for a high challenge on Dungannon's Dougie Wilson. Can Ards hang on with 10 men for their first win since returning to the top flight?
The Crues restore their two-goal advantage over 10-man Carrick and it's former Rangers player Paul Heatley on target in the 68th minute.
Seanna Foster is sent off for obstruction on Carrick old boy Paul Heatley (66 minutes). Second yellow card.
Ports pair Sean Mackle and Mark McAllister both waste excellent openings and it remains all-square.
Dungannon gets one back with Andrew Burns netting a left-foot finish in the 64th minute at Stangmore Park. Dungannon anxious to get off the mark in this season's Premiership.
Rangers are back in the game as TJ Murray curls in from the edge of the box after 58 minutes.
The Irish Cup holders pull a goal back through a Guy Bates penalty after Johnny Flynn had fouled Greg Moorhouse
Ballymena, hammered 6-0 by Crusaders on Saturday, are 3-0 up against Glenavon. Cathair Friel gets the goal on 52 minutes at the Showgrounds. A really classy finish after a fine break into the box by the former Limavady United striker.
The Fermanagh visitors equalise on 52 minutes and it's a great team move finished off by Shane McGinty's eight-yard header.
James McLaughlin, just on as a substitute at half-time, sweeps the ball past Roy Carroll to put Coleraine into the lead in the 49th minute. Coleraine are without a win in the last 12 league meetings between the clubs, is that going to change tonight?
Ballymena 2-0 Glenavon
Carrick Rangers 0-2 Crusaders
Cliftonville 1-0 Glentoran
Dungannon Swifts 0-2 Ards
Linfield 0-0 Coleraine
Portadown 1-0 Ballinamallard
David Cushley bags his first goal for Crusaders courtesy of low 25-yard strike going in off the woodwork. Two goals in four minutes for the Seaview men.
The Crues make their pressure count but it required an own goal to put the champions ahead on 39 minutes, with the unfortunate Steven McCullough turning the ball into the Rangers net.
Kyle Owens nets his second at the Showgrounds, heading in from a Tony Kane corner on 38 minutes.