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- Ards 1-0 Portadown
- Ballinamallard United 0-1 Ballymena United
- Crusaders 0-0 Linfield
- Dungannon Swifts 4-0 Coleraine
- Glenavon 3-2 Cliftonville
- Glentoran 0-1 Carrick Rangers
All the spectators got their money's worth today, there was some good football played. We created most of the clear-cut chances. Cliftonville on their day are one of the best teams in the league. Our players' attitude and desire is magnificent. You saw it when we came from 3-0 down to draw at Ballymena and you saw it again today.
It was a magnificent performance from our players. The first half was even with Glentoran having lots of possession but not creating much. We had two of three chances and got a super goal from Miguel Chines. They put us under pressure but did not open us up.
It was not a great game and one goal was always win it and thankfully we got it late on. We have confidence and belief that we can get up as high as we can in the table and not just survive in this division.
We played well going forward but the big plus for me was the clean sheet and the way we restricted Coleraine.
Linfield will be the happier of the teams. We were not as creative as we could have been with the extra man on the pitch. If we had won it would have opened up a five-point gap and we were set up to go for the three points but it just didn't happen for us.
Ards fans will be screen-grabbing tonight. Their boys are right up there on their return to the top division - level on seven points after three matches with champions Crusaders and Irish Cup winners Glenavon.
We made a few changes in an attempt to get that goal but it just didn't happen. It was cagey - there was not a lot in it.
Ards 1-0 Portadown
Ballinamallard Utd 0-1 Ballymena Utd
Crusaders 0-0 Linfield
Dungannon Swifts 4-0 Coleraine
Glenavon 3-2 Cliftonville
Glentoran 0-1 Carrick Rangers
Late drama as ten-man Ards score in injury-time courtesy of Carl McComb. Ports keeper David Miskelly fumbles Kyle Cherry's free-kick and McComb pounces to net.
A stoppage time winner for Glenavon. Greg Moorhouse's powerful header snatches a dramatic win after Cliftonville had led twice at Mourneview,
Ards will play out the last few minutes with 10 men after Johnny Taylor's dismissal for two yellow cards.
Kris Lindsay gets a late equaliser for the Lurgan men after Cliftonville keeper Jason Mooney failed to claim a high ball. The big keeper is protesting to the referee, he's adamant he was impeded by another Glenavon player as he tried to catch the ball.
The clash of last season's top two hasn't lived up to its billing and the Seaview showdown looks like petering out in a 0-0 draw.
Glentoran piling on the late pressure and Curtis Allen squanders their best chance when he goes clear on goal but sees his shot kept out by the legs Carrick keeper Brian Neeson.
The visitors from north Belfast regain the lead as Jay Donnelly bags his second goal at Mourneview Park. Jude Winchster runs forward and plays through for Donnelly who skips past the last man to beat former NI keeper Jonathan Tuffey.
Text commentator's curse for Chris Johns - after two wonderful saves his mistake lets in Ryan Harpur to net Dungannon's fourth after 72 minutes. All over at Stangmore and a miserable afternoon for the Bannsiders.
Coleraine have keeper Chris Johns to thank for keeping the score at three following excellent saves to deny Andrew Mitchell and Andrew Burns.
Ballymena take a 65th-minute lead through a Tony Kane penalty. The spot-kick was awarded for a foul by home keeper James McGrath apparently.
Glens continue to boss possession at the Oval but failing to convert openings. Nacho Novo sent two half-chances wide while Eric Foley was also off-target with a free-kick.
Cliftonville defender Jason McGuinness is sent off for two yellow cards - and, according to the Radio Ulster reporter, silly yellows.
Chris Curran now moves back to fill in on defensive duties.
Linfield midfielder Stephen Lowry is sent off by referee Raymond Crangle for his second yellow card early in the second half. Lowry had been booked just before half-time and did not have to make the silly challenge on Caddell.
A pretty even affair in Bangor with Ards coming closest to an opener when Kyle Cherry's close-range header was tipped onto the woodwork by Ports keeper David Miskelly. However, few openings in a dour first 45 minutes.
The hosts equalise in first half stoppage-time. Greg Moorhouse's shot is deflected into the path of Joel Cooper who shoots from six yards under the body of Cliftonville's 6ft 9in keeper Jason Mooney.
Linfield's Stephen Lorwy takes one for the team just before the break, getting a yellow card for bringing down Paul Heatley as the Crues winger set off on a charging run. Third booking of the day following Declan Caddell (Crusaders) and Kirk Millar (Linfield).
Dungannon on their way to their first points of the 2016-17 campaign as they go three up inside 29 minutes. There was confusion in the Coleraine box from a corner and Seanan Clucas gets the touch to scramble the ball over the line.
Carrick striker Miguel Chines wasted a good early chance but he had the simple task of slotting into an empty net after Brian McCaul broke the off-side and squared to his grateful team-mate. Deadlock broken at the Oval on 31 minutes.
The Swifts are smiling at Stangmore as Ryan Harpur slides in to score from close range and double the host's lead after 25 minutes.