Q Radio Sport
The first top flight clash between Newry City and Warrenpoint Town has ended 1-1.
A Jimmy Walker penalty put the home side in front at the Showgrounds, but Phillip Donnelly levelled it in stoppage time.
Here's the Newry manager Darren Mullen...
His opposite number at the Point Stephen McDonnell had a different view....
On Q Sport am Mourne derby deadlock @NewryCityAFC @ncr72 "we threw it away" @thepointfc @StephenMcD8 "we were the better side!" Last word tonight to Point defender Maxi Kouogun on the groundbreaking clash "it was a great game, the fans were right up for it...” #DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/solyjiucyD— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 21, 2018
Newry remain ninth in the table, the Point move two points off the bottom.
There are five more matches in the Danske Bank Premiership at 3pm on Saturday afternoon.
Leaders Linfield go to third-placed Coleraine with Rodney McAree in charge of the Bannsiders for the first time after watching last week's draw against Ards in Bangor...
Glenavon, currently sitting second, welcome defending champions Crusaders to Mourneview Park.
Cliftonville host Ballymena, Ards are away to basement club Dungannon and Glentoran have Institute.
After their FAI Cup exit, Derry City are back in League of Ireland action, hosting Shamrock Rovers at 5pm.
Saturday night sees the Electric Ireland Women's Irish Cup final with Linfield taking on Glentoran at Windsor Park at 7.30pm.
Jennifer McDade says the Blues want to make amends for an early exit last season...
The Glens are being viewed as the underdogs, but veteran Kelly Bailie isn't bothered...
Saturday night at Windsor Park 💙 @OfficialBlues @OfficialNIFL @OfficialIrishFA @Glentoran @GlentoranWomen @NIWFA_ @qnewsdesk @BelLiveSport @BBCSPORTNI @ElectricIreland pic.twitter.com/fyMm9e8g0W— Linfield Ladies FC (@LinfieldLadies) September 17, 2018