Five points between top five in Irish League - and big win for Ulster in Dublin

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Next up, leaders Cliftonville go to Larne

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Just five points separate the top five in the Danske Bank Premiership after the weekend fixtures.

Following Friday night's 3-0 victory for Glentoran against Dungannon, Saturday saw wins for Linfield and Warrenpoint.

Coleraine and Cliftonville both dropped vital points, in a stalemate the Ballycastle Road Showgrounds. 

At the Warden Street Showgrounds, sixth-placed Crusaders crashed to their second Saturday defeat on the bounce, to follow-up last week's dramatic defeat against the Glens at Seaview.

Larne also lost ground, and even needed a late Davy McDaid equaliser to snatch a point in Portadown. 

Ulster have beaten Leinster away from home for the first time since 2013.

They won 20-10 in the United Rugby Championship at the RDS on Saturday night. 

It ends Leinster's unbeaten run and puts the Irish provinces level on points at the top of the table.

They're quick on the draw in GAA - planning ahead for 2022.

Finally snooker - Mark Allen's back in business:



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