Crues in driving seat - make point against title rivals and rack up a century of goals

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Crusaders came from behind to grab a 1-1 draw in Easter Tuesday's top of the table clash with Coleraine at Seaview.

Jamie McGonigle put the Bannsiders in front with a second-half penalty.

But sub David Cushley hit an equaliser five minutes from time to keep the Crues two points clear of their title rivals with four games to play.

It was the north Belfast side's 100th goal in 34 Danske Bank Premiership matches this season.

Here's club captain, Colin Coates...

Coates says the title race looks set to go to the wire...

Bannsiders boss Oran Kearney thought a draw was a fair result...

Stripes striker Aaron Burns believes they can catch the Crues, just like Linfield did when he was with the Blues last season...

Meanwhile, Linfield drew level on points with Glenavon in third place after beating them 3-2 at Mourneview Park. 

Rory Donnelly scored twice as Cliftonville won 3-0 away to Ballymena and in Section B Ards beat Warrenpoint Town 4-2 in Bangor.

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