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  1. Post update

    Crusaders 1-0 Dungannon Swifts

    Matthew Lusty’s pass falls to Joe Moore who fires a low strike from the edge of the box which Jonathan Tuffey saves.

  2. Early chance!

    Loughgall 0-1 Glentoran

    Luke McCullough goes close.

    Bobby Burns with the in-swinging corner and McCullough gets his head on the ball at the back post, but it’s another header off target for the Glens and that’s sure to irk manager Warren Feeney

  3. CLOSE!

    Crusaders 1-0 Dungannon Swifts

    Jordan Forsythe’s acrobatic effort nearly doubles the home side’s lead but it sails inches over the crossbar.

    Crusaders have looked a lot more dangerous in the opening five minutes of the second half – can Dungannon respond?

  4. goal

    GOAL – Larne 1-0 Ballymena United

    Lee Bonis – (48 mins)

    Three minutes into the second-half and the champions are in front. A cross from the left from Andy Ryan finds Lee Bonis at the back post, and he heads in from two-yards out.

  5. CLOSE!

    Newry City 0-3 Cliftonville

    Cliftonville go close to adding a fourth virtually straight from kick-off!

    Chris Gallagher crosses into the six-yard area from the right for the unmarked Ben Wilson but Gallagher’s ball is slightly behind the frontman who can’t get a clean connection.

    A let-off for the hosts.


    Loughgall 0-1 Glentoran

    The hosts get the action back underway

  7. We go again

    Linfield 1-1 Glenavon

    Linfield kick off for the second half as Chris McKee gets us going.

  8. Kick off

    Newry City 0-3 Cliftonville

    Rory Hale gets the action back underway.

    Just the one change sees Daniel Hughes replace Georgie Poynton for the hosts.

  9. goal

    GOAL – Crusaders 1-0 Dungannon Swifts

    Paul Heatley (46 mins)

    The home side have taken the lead!

    Philip Lowry’s header makes Declan Dunne produce a good save but Paul Heatley latches onto the rebound and fires home from the back post.

  10. KICK-OFF

    Larne 0-0 Ballymena United

    We are back underway at Inver Park.

  11. KICK-OFF

    Crusaders 0-0 Dungannon Swifts

    Ben Kennedy gets the action back underway at Seaview.


    Carrick Rangers 2-0 Coleraine

    The hosts firmly in control at the break thanks to two quickfire goals against the league leaders.

    Kyle Cherry headed them in front just before the quarter of an hour before captain David Cushley doubled their advantage from the penalty spot minutes later.

    Coleraine have struggled to impose their game on their hosts and have rarely troubled Ross Glendinning.

    And while he hasn’t scored, Danny Purkis has been magnificent, giving the Bannsiders’ defence a torrid 45 minutes.

    Plenty for both bosses then to ponder during the interval.


    Linfield 1-1 Glenavon

    It’s all square at Windsor Park.

    Linfield took the lead through a clever Chris McKee finish but only a minute later Glenavon levelled through Stephen Teggart’s classy curling strike.

    It’s all to play for in the second half.


    Loughgall 0-1 Glentoran

    The whistle goes at Lakeview Park and it is Glentoran who are a goal to the good at the break.

    After a dominant opening, Daire O’Connor got the goal. However, Loughgall have come back into it and had chances to draw level.

    Still all to play for in the second period


    Newry City 0-3 Cliftonville

    For the second week in a row Cliftonville go in three goals to the good at the break, courtesy of finishes from Luke Turner, Ben Wilson and substitute Rory Hale.

    Adam Salley had a chance to equalise just before the north Belfast outfit’s two goals in five minutes but otherwise Nathan Gartside remains a virtual spectator.


    Larne 0-0 Ballymena United

    A first-half at Inver Park that never quite got going. Larne have had the better chances, but Ballymena are working hard to frustrate the champions.

    You would imagine Jim Ervin would be the happier of the two managers at the break.

  17. Post update

    Newry City 0-3 Cliftonville

    The intensity has dropped after a frantic opening 30 minutes at the Showgrounds.

    Newry looked to be the side on top after going behind to an early Luke Turner goal but Cliftonville’s two goals in five minutes have really knocked the stuffing out of Gary Boyle’s team who seem happy to let the Reds have possession.

    The new manager is going to have his work cut out for him at half-time if his side are to get anything from this game.

  18. Post update

    Carrick Rangers 2-0 Coleraine

    Sign of the times.

    An additional six minutes to be played at Carrick.


    Crusaders 0-0 Dungannon Swifts

    The whistle blows and at the break it’s goalless.

    It’s certainly not been a game for the history books so far – will we see a more action-packed second 45 minutes?

  20. CLOSE!

    Crusaders 0-0 Dungannon Swifts

    Paul Heatley leaps highest to connect with a looping cross into the box and heads the ball towards goal which Declan Dunne palms away before gathering the rebound before anyone in a red and black shirt could take advantage of the chance.