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Glentoran and Warrenpoint Town had to settle for a point apiece in Tuesday night's Danske Bank Premiership match.
It ended scoreless at the Oval.
The result moves the Glens into seventh place with Warrenpoint remaining sixth.
Home boss Mick McDermott said his team didn't perform on the night.
Point manager Barry Gray said he was delighted to emerge from east Belfast with a point and praised his players.
It's the latest in a series of impressive displays over recent weeks, including the south Down club's first win against Linfield.
⚽️ This is how the league table looks after stalemate at The Oval.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 15, 2020
Six more matches coming up this weekend, the last set of fixtures before Christmas and the big Boxing Day derbies.#DanskeBankPrem #NIFL
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Not even the pandemic will stop @Glentoran annual Christmas appeal.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 15, 2020
It’s again offering a helping hand to the local community & this year is also reaching out to people hit by Covid-19.
There's a chance to give before tonight's game & in other ways.
More on heart-warming 🎥👇 https://t.co/ZAmuvjD5dc