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Kris Lindsay has been named the new manager of Dungannon Swifts.
The 34-year-old former Linfield defender leaves his role as first team coach at Glenavon to take over at Stangmore Park.
The appointment was announced on Tuesday night after the Swifts moved off the bottom of the Danske Bank Premiership with a shock 3-2 home win over champions Crusaders.
VIDEO | What a way to finish the game tonight. Well done Paul McElroy! #goal pic.twitter.com/7y9VfJBqYy— Dungannon Swifts (@DgnSwifts) September 25, 2018
Meanwhile, Glenavon went top of the table by beating Ards 2-0 in Bangor.
And it finished 2-2 in a dramatic derby between Coleraine and Ballymena at Ballycastle Road.
The home side played most of the match with 10 men after striker Eoin Bradley was sent off.
New Bannsiders boss Rodney McAree says former club Dungannon have made the right decision to give Lindsay his old job....
Lindsay's first game in charge of the Swifts will be a quick return to Mourneview Park to face Glenavon on Saturday.
.@ColeraineFC battling Bannsiders clinch derby draw with 10 men for 75 mins Darren McCauley got their sensational 1st equaliser v @BallymenaUnited ...”one of our best performances all season down to 10 men we were well worth a point.” #DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/k0rn6RrPQv— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 25, 2018
.@sodonnell15 on his dramatic derby equaliser in 2-2 v @BallymenaUnited to stretch @ColeraineFC unbeaten run - “delighted to score finally, I’ve been getting a bit of stick from the boys!” More from both sides on air am. pic.twitter.com/zPUw1tccrF— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 25, 2018
Derry City lost 3-2 in the League of Ireland against champions-elect Dundalk at Oriel Park.
The Louth side just need a point from their last four fixtures to confirm the title.