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Coleraine beat Ballymena United 1-0 in Tuesday night's Danske Bank Premiership derby at Warden Street.
It means the Bannsiders stretch their unbeaten run to nine games.
Skipper Lyndon Kane was the hero with a goalline clearance in the first half, then a superbly struck winner just after the hour mark.
The Sky Blues finished with 10 men - keeper Jordan Williamson sent-off following a reckless challenge on Stewart Nixon.
Meanwhile, Glentoran replaced Ballymena in the top six with a 3-1 victory in Portadown.
There was a stunning first goal in his second spell for the Glens from new signing Conor McMenamin.
FT: #DanskeBankPrem@Portadownfc 1— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 16, 2021
Bonis, Hall s/o@Glentoran 3
McMenamin, Plum, J. Donnelly
Battling display from the Ports who had Greg Hall dismissed in the first half - but a deserved victory for the visitors. Glens climb into the top six.
Pic: GFC. pic.twitter.com/FZbMaT0XXj
The other two games ended 1-1 - Glenavon against Carrick and Warrenpoint at home to Dungannon.
Ballymena boss Davy Jeffrey's had better nights - loses at home in the big derby game and is replaced by his old enemy from east Belfast in the top half of the table!— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 16, 2021
So the mid-week winners are @ColeraineFC & @Glentoran
And here's how they stand in #DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/Hbr1BOtkFN
They go again this weekend:
Carl Frampton's world title fight with Jamel Herring later this month is set to be postponed.
The Belfast boxer's attempt to become a three-weight world champion was due to take place on the 27th of February in London.
But it's understood due to injury concerns the contest will be pushed back and rescheduled within the next few weeks.
There are reports in the United States tonight saying Belfast boxer Carl Frampton's world title fight with Jamel Herring on February 27th has been postponed and could instead be staged on March 27th. pic.twitter.com/M0u0OennWO— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 16, 2021