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Ballymena United crashed to a shock 2-1 home defeat against Warrenpoint Town in the Danske Bank Premiership on Saturday.
It leaves David Jeffrey's second-placed Sky Blues nine points behind leaders Linfield going into the final five fixtures after the split.
Institute beat Coleraine 1-0 at the Brandywell to secure Premiership status for another season.
Aaron Jarvis hit the derby winner in stoppage time.
Our boys written off as relegation certs at start of the season, secured premiership status before the split and in the running for 7th. Unbelievable achievement & fully deserved 3 points today, great response from a tough night on Tues. Hopefully they start getting some credit— Eamonn Seydak (@EamonnSeydak) March 23, 2019
Crusaders had to battle back from 2-0 down to snatch a two-all draw against second from bottom Ards in Bangor.
The north Down club head into the split two points clear of relegation rivals Newry City who lost 1-0 to Glenavon on Saturday night - Andrew Mitchell with the late goal, his 100th in the Premiership.
The Irish Cup semi-finals are next Saturday with the league resuming on Friday week.
Friday April 5, 7.45pm -
Ballymena United vs Linfield
Newry City vs Ards
Saturday April 6, 3pm -
Cliftonville vs Coleraine
Glenavon vs Crusaders
Dungannon Swifts vs Glentoran
Institute vs Warrenpoint Town