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Crusaders moved to the top of the Danske Bank Premiership on goal difference by beating Dungannon Swifts 6-1 at Stangmore Park on Saturday.
The Crues are now level on points with Coleraine and Cliftonville who both lost 2-0.
The Bannsiders went down away to Institute while the Reds were beaten by Glentoran at Solitude.
Both Cameron Stewart and Cricky Gallagher scored their first goals for the Glens.
They finished with 10 men after midfielder Hrvoje Plum was sent off for a second booking 10 minutes from time.
Manager Mick McDermott made several changes and says he's prepared to do it again...
🎥 @Glentoran boss Mick McDermott spent 5 years with @cliftonvillefc as a young right-back and always loves to return to Solitude. Particularly enjoyable this evening as Glens stormed to 2-0 victory, leaving them 5 points off top of #DanskeBankPrem with game in hand ... pic.twitter.com/WyLsBqNaEd— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 30, 2019
Linfield beat Larne 1-0 at Windsor Park, with defender Josh Robinson grabbing a late winner for David Healy's men.
Here's the Blues boss...
Meanwhile, Carrick hammered visiting Glenavon 6-2 and Ballymena lost 2-1 at bottom club Warrenpoint.
Talk about tight at the top! Three teams level on points at summit, five points separate top five. Plus Carrick hit Glenavon for 6, push for top 6 place, & success for bottom two...Weekend winners: @Glentoran @OfficialBlues @CarrickRangers @CrusadersFC @Institute_FC @thepointfc pic.twitter.com/BxsIAWlB91— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 30, 2019
The BetMcLean League Cup semi-finals are being played in Belfast on Tuesday night.
Holders Linfield face Coleraine at Windsor Park and Crusaders host Institute.
Both ties start at 7.45pm