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There's a full programme of six fixtures in the Danske Bank Premiership on Saturday afternoon, all starting at 3pm.
Leaders Crusaders host Glentoran, currently five points behind them in fourth place.
As the Crues were crushed at Coleraine last week, the Glens closed the gap with a 2-1 win against Warrenpoint Town at the Oval.
They created and wasted a string of chances in the first half but eventually got over the line with a late goal from centre-back Paddy McClean.
It was another impressive display from the former Derry City player who's made a flying start to his career with the rejuvenated east Belfast club...
The 22-year-old was delighted with his Warrenpoint winner - and the man of the match award...
Now he's relishing the top four clash at Seaview...
Ballymena United are offering Wrightbus workers free admission to their home game against Cliftonville - a gesture that's left Sir Rod Stewart singing the club's praises on his official Twitter account...
Three cheers for @BallymenaUnited! 🏰 🎉— Sir Rod Stewart (@rodstewart) September 26, 2019
What a wonderful, charitable gesture to the Wrightbus employees.
There should be more of this in football. ⚽️
- Sir Rod xx https://t.co/ypEkJ5XSTJ
Danske Bank Premiership, Sept. 28th, 3pm
Ballymena United vs Cliftonville
Coleraine vs Larne
Crusaders vs Glentoran
Dungannon Swifts vs Carrick Rangers
Linfield vs Glenavon
Warrenpoint Town vs Institute
In women's football, Linfield Ladies stars Lauren Perry and Kelsie Burrows are on the move...
Transfer news: @LinfieldLadies keeper Lauren Perry & centre back Kelsie Burrows join Blackburn @RoversLadies Will link up with ex-Blue Louise McDaniel. All 3 study in Preston, snapped up on completion of LL title-winning season. Linfield wishing them every success. @OfficialBlues pic.twitter.com/Hjx8QjUcgK— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 27, 2019