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  1. Ards 0-1 Dungannon Swifts (res)
  2. Glenavon 2-2 Glentoran (res)
  3. Carrick 2-0 Ballinamallard (res)
  4. Coleraine 2-1 Warrenpoint (res)
  5. Cliftonville v Crusaders (Sat)
  6. Linfield v Ballymena United (Sat)

Live Reporting

By Alvin McCaig and Michael Morrow

All times stated are UK

  1. That's all for now

    Well, after all that drama it's time to say goodbye from us in Belfast. Coleraine can at least enjoy one night at the Premiership summit - champions Linfield host Ballymena United on Saturday and victory for David Healy's men will take them top on goal difference. There's also a north Belfast derby with Cliftonville taking on Crusaders at Solitude.

    Thanks for your company tonight and join us again for live text commentary on those two big games tomorrow.

  2. What they said

    Coleraine 2-1 Warrenpoint Town

    Quote Message: It's great to be top of the table - it gives us confidence even though it is only four games in. Warrenpoint are a good, fit side and they made it very difficult for us but we got the three points and it was a good victory. Darren Murray (Warrenpoint striker) was unlucky to be sent off, it was probably a bit harsh. from Eoin Bradley Coleraine striker
    Eoin BradleyColeraine striker
  3. Healy expects tough test against United

    Linfield v Ballymena Utd (Sat)

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    Video caption: Linfield manager David Healy
  4. What they said

    Carrick Rangers 2-0 Ballinamallard Utd

    Quote Message: We're happy with the result - it's what we expected. We deservedly won and if we had been more clinical we would have won by more. Andrew Mooney (who scored both goals) did his job although he missed four easier chances. It's a new Carrick side this season with 16 new players coming in. Everyone tells us where we will finish in the league - we'll see if the experts are right at the end of the season. from David McAlinden Carrick manager
    David McAlindenCarrick manager
  5. Little motivation needed for derby - Gray

    Cliftonville v Crusaders (Sat)

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    Video caption: Cliftonville manager Barry Gray
  6. What they said

    Glenavon 2-2 Glentoran

    Quote Message: Gary Haveron told me to go on and change the game and i'm happy that I did that. After the first half we'd have taken a 2-2 draw, but after you get your noses ahead, especially when your away from home, you have to learn how to grind out games. Unfortunately it was a very open game towards the end and we were backs against the wall. It's frustrating to concede a goal in the last few minutes but overall it's probably a fair result. from Robbie McDaid Glentoran forward
    Robbie McDaidGlentoran forward
  7. What they said

    Ards 0-1 Dungannon Swifts

    Quote Message: I thought we played some very good football but I was most impressed tonight with the determination of the team to keep a clean sheet. It's not easy to play here against Ards. It's a relief to get those first points, we've ticked a lot of boxes tonight with an away win and a clean sheet, i'm very happy. from Rodney McAree Dungannon Swifts manager
    Rodney McAreeDungannon Swifts manager

    Coleraine 2-1 Warrenpoint Town

    Coleraine are the new leaders of the Irish Premiership. It's four wins from four games for Oran Kearney's team although their task was helped by the dismissal of Warrenpoint striker Darren Murray when the score was 1-1.


    Carrick Rangers 2-0 Ballinamallard Utd

    Ballinamallard's miserable evening ends with Carrick keeper Harry Doherty saving Ryan Curran's penalty two minutes into added time. A first win of the season for Carrick and a deserved one.

  10. CLOSE!

    Coleraine 2-1 Warrenpoint Town

    Town many be down to 10 men but they still carry a threat as Neil McCafferty's free-kick goes just over with two minutes left.

  11. Bannsiders on course for top spot

    Coleraine 2-1 Warrenpoint Town

    Glenavon's draw with Glentoran means Oran Kearney's men will move top if they can see out the final 10 minutes against 10-man Warrenpoint.


    Glenavon 2-2 Glentoran

    And Breathe. Both sides maintain their unbeaten starts to the season after a pulsating finish.

    Robbie McDaid's double from the bench looked to have won it for the Glens after Andrew Mitchell had given the home side the lead. Josh Daniel's equaliser three minutes from time earns a point for Glenavon.


    Ards 0-1 Dungannon Swifts

    The Swifts get their first win of the season. Dougie Wilson's deflected free kick mid-way through the second half lifts Dungannon off the bottom of the table. David Elebert's red card on debut proving decisive as Ards remain winless.

  14. Bradley blazes over

    Coleraine 2-1 Warrenpoint Town

    Bannsiders striker Eoin Bradley goes clear on goal but fires over from 10 yards. A bad miss and Coleraine will hope it does'nt prove costly.

  15. Morris to the rescue

    Glenavon 2-2 Glentoran

    Elliot Morris has been exceptional tonight and he, quite literally, saves his team right at the end. Mitchell's close range header looks certain to have given Glenavon a dramatic win but Morris somehow gets his fingertips to it and turns it over the bar.

  16. Penalty shout

    Glenavon v Glentoran

    Glenavon feel they should have had a penalty for this challenge on Bobby Burns. Nothing doing.

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    Video caption: Penalty shout at Mourneview
  17. GOAL

    Glenavon 2-2 Glentoran

    Josh Daniels equalises! What a game this is now. It's mayhem in the Glentoran box as Elliot Morris makes a string of top class saves to keep Glenavon out. Morris can do nothing though when the ball drops to Daniels who drills it in. After a slow start, this second half has exploded into life.

  18. GOAL

    Glenavon 1-2 Glentoran

    Robbie McDaid with his second. What an impact from the bench. It's a hopeful ball in from the left that no-one from Glenavon attacks. McDaid is less hesitant as he finishes at the back post.

  19. GOAL

    Coleraine 2-1 Warrenpoint Town

    Darren McCauley fires Coleraine into the lead on 69 minutes. Ian Parkhill sends in a cross and the winger hits the bottom corner. A big task now for ten-man Town.

  20. GOAL

    Glenavon 1-1 Glentoran

    Where did that come from?! Robbie McDaid comes off the bench to equalise against his former club. All the hard work is done by Curtis Allen who glides past several players before the ball falls to McDaid who calmly slots home. His first Glentoran goal.