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Glentoran's 15-match unbeaten run in the Danske Bank Premiership ended on Saturday night when they went down 2-1 at Larne.
Johnny McMurray scored the winner during added time and was injured in the process.
Post-match thoughts from Inver Park below, but here's the reaction from home fans to their first league victory over the Glens in 33 years - 4-0 at Inver Park on New Year's Day, 1987...
Crusaders are the new league leaders after a 2-0 win at Seaview over struggling Ballymena.
They're a point clear of Linfield who thrashed 10-man Glenavon 8-1 at Windsor Park.
Ex-Blues player Robbie Garrett saw red in the first half for Gary Hamilton's men, apparently for dissent.
Dungannon were 2-0 winners over visiting Institute, now bottom after Warrenpoint's 2-1 comeback win at Carrick.
Barry Gray's men struck twice in stoppage time to clinch a vital victory and go two points clear of their relegation rivals.
So after all that this is how they stand in #DanskeBankPrem - just 2 points separate the top three. Too close to call, all to play for & either @OfficialBlues or @Glentoran could hit top spot after their games on Tuesday night. Before that @ColeraineFC v @cliftonvillefc Monday! pic.twitter.com/gBHRvQBsKx— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) January 25, 2020
Monday, 7,45pm -
Coleraine v Cliftonville.
Tuesday, 7.45pm -
Glentoran v Glenavon.
Larne v Linfield.
🎥 Good news for @Glentoran fans is despite speculation @RobbieMcDaid will not be leaving The Oval. Suspended for Larne, manager @MickMcDermott says the striker will be back for Tuesday’s home game v @Glenavon_FC - & isn’t going anywhere “he’s a Glenman through and through!” pic.twitter.com/bVdJ35YTWt— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) January 25, 2020