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Linfield are two points clear at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership after a 2-0 win away to basement club Warrenpoint on Saturday.
Glentoran drew 1-1 with Crusaders at the Oval, fighting back from a goal down to level it through Robbie McDaid.
The main talking point was a late red card for Glens striker Cameron Stewart for an alleged elbow.
🎥 @Glentoran unbeaten run continues with 1-1 draw v @CrusadersFC at Oval but there’s controversy - straight red for striker Cameron Stewart with allegations of an elbow. Glens assistant boss Paul Millar says no contact “is this for real, a straight red card?” Set to appeal it: pic.twitter.com/8rF1rugpNs— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 14, 2019
Crues captain Colin Coates went off injured at half-time.
In the other games, Larne drew 2-2 with Coleraine, Ballymena beat Dungannon 3-2 and Glenavon had a 4-1 win at Institute.
🎥 Tributes paid to @CarrickRangers star Jerry Thompson at Irish League games after his funeral earlier today. Thoughts of all with Jerry’s family at this time. @Glentoran & ex @LUFC striker @RobbieMcDaid says support systems should be put in place by football authorities here: pic.twitter.com/0eQNr4ldjx— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 14, 2019
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How they stand: Win in Warrenpoint leaves defending champions @OfficialBlues 2 points clear with 2 games in hand going into next Saturday’s showdown with @CrusadersFC at Windsor Park. #DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/32yTUCEcuR— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 14, 2019