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Larne remain top of the Danske Bank Premiership after a 2-1 comeback victory against Glenavon.
Sub. Johnny McMurray hit a last-minute winner.
Linfield are a point behind them ahead of Friday's showdown at Inver Park.
The Blues beat Cliftonville 2-0 on Saturday night.
It was scoreless at half-time. Here's the winning manager David Healy:
The other Premiership games saw wins for Warrenpoint and Crusaders.
Meanwhile, Larne have lifted the manager and player of the month awards - Tiernan Lynch and John Herron.
The Danske Women's Premiership is now a straight fight between the Big Two:
FT: #DanskeWomensPrem@LinfieldLadies 4— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 6, 2020
Smyth, og, Dickson, Howe@SionSwiftsLFC 2
K. McGuinness x2
Big win for defending champions, now 2 points behind leaders @GlentoranWomen who have a game in hand over their Big Two rivals, with 2 to play!
Sion's title challenge ends pic.twitter.com/RwWQO2rLS8
In GAA, there were three all-Ireland titles for Ulster women on Saturday.
Down and Armagh captured camogie crowns while the Fermanagh footballers also clinched their championship.
What a day for our GAA girls!— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 5, 2020
All-Ireland titles for the camogs of @Armaghcamogie & @downcamogiepro
AND @fermanaghladies footballers
Congratulations all - and how's this for an Erne county celebration? ...
Reports on air am@Armagh_GAA @OfficialDownGAA @FermanaghGAA pic.twitter.com/0JaNrw0erD
Finally rugby and Ireland secured a third place finish in the Autumn Nations Cup by beating Scotland 31-16.
There was a dream debut in Dublin for Ulster prop Eric O'Sullivan:
🎥 @UlsterRugby & @banbridgerugby prop @osullier1 after dream debut for Ireland v Scotland, saying it was an honour & a surprise call-up to play alongside "guys I've looked up to for years."— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 6, 2020
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