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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.
⚽️Intriguing! The 5 best teams in the country @cliftonvillefc @Glentoran @OfficialBlues @ColeraineFC @larnefc separated by just 5 points heading into the final fixtures of November on Tuesday.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 27, 2021
At the other end, well done @BazzaGray6 & @thepointfc; welcome win👇#DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/SxcD0qnZah
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.
Wow - have a wee look at this result👇— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 27, 2021
ULSTER WIN IN DUBLIN #LEIvULS #URC pic.twitter.com/IgSRCBsYub
They're quick on the draw in GAA - planning ahead for 2022.
Ulster SFC 2022 draw:— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 27, 2021
Fermanagh v Tyrone
Donegal v Armagh
Antrim v Cavan
Monaghan v Down
Derry v Fermanagh/Tyrone
Donegal/Armagh v Antrim/Cavan
Monaghan/Down v Derry/Fermanagh/Tyrone#Ulster #GAA pic.twitter.com/FbDVh3CnnF
Finally snooker - Mark Allen's back in business:
.@pistol147 our very own Mark Allen defeats Joe O'Connor 6-4 to progress in the Cazoo UK Championship.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 27, 2021
David Gilbert up next for the Northern Ireland Open champ. 👏 #CazooUKChampionship pic.twitter.com/MilOfA5r3y