Q Radio Sport
Linfield top the Danske Bank Premiership table by two points after their 4-1 win against Institute in Saturday's early kick-off at the Brandywell.
The Blues went in front with a controversial goal after the break when referee Andrew Davey ignored the offside flag of his assistant.
Manager David Healy says it was the right call...
Second-placed Glenavon crashed to a 3-0 defeat against defending champions Crusaders at Seaview.
Good game, good game...Brucie bonus for @CrusadersFC was another outstanding display by @jjforsythe20 but he’s praising the scorers in 3-0 v @Glenavon_FC “wee Heats & big Chicken” aka Paul Heatley & Jordan Owens (JO struck twice inc goal of season contender!) Round-up on air at 6 pic.twitter.com/lZp1IkLCQr— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 17, 2018
Lurgan Blues midfield star Mark Sykes says it won't be plain sailing for any club this season, with several teams in the title mix...
Ballymena beat Cliftonville 2-1 at the Showgrounds.
It finished 1-1 between 10-man Coleraine and Glentoran - the home side had Eoin Bradley sent off for words with the referee at half-time.
It was also 1-1 between Warrenpoint and Dungannon at the Q Radio Arena.
And in the basement battle, Newry had a 2-0 win over visiting Ards, who replace them at the bottom of the table.