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Larne cut the gap at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership with a 3-0 home win against Dungannon Swifts on Saturday night.
The highlights were great goals from Mark Randall and Marty Donnelly.
Tiernan Lynch's team are now just two points behind leaders Linfield who didn't play this weekend.
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Impressive victory for home side, featuring wonderful goals from Mark Randall and Marty Donnelly.
It's full steam ahead for the Inver men who move to within two points of top spot.
Pic: Larne FC pic.twitter.com/FZWCKf61P6
The shock result was earlier in the day when Carrick Rangers beat Crusaders 3-1 at Seaview to move off the bottom of the table.
Jonny Frazer, who's on loan from Glentoran, struck twice for the visitors.
FT: #DanskeBankPrem@CrusadersFC 1@CarrickRangers 3— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 13, 2021
Frazer x2, Loughran (pen)
Brilliant brace @Jonny_Frazer_7 on loan from @Glentoran & time for Carrick to climb off bottom of table
What a week @niall_currie & co take points off Blues, then sink Crues!
Frazer's on🔥! 📸 CRFC pic.twitter.com/QjkZie2XRJ
Portadown drew 1-1 with Cliftonville after a successful operation to clear the snow at Shamrock Park.
Adam McCallum grabbed a late equaliser for the Ports.
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McCallum, 90@cliftonvillefc 1
The Ports just don't give up!
Great effort to get the game on, then battling till the last minute to get a result! pic.twitter.com/6q8rO8Brwy
Here's the latest league table:
Football latest: Saturday night delight for East Antrim, mixed fortunes for North Belfast. The winners are @larnefc & @CarrickRangers as the Crues crash at Seaview. The Ports make their point and this is how they all stand after another eventful day in the life of #DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/AQWMHZ1mLj— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 13, 2021
After recent postponements, there's already talk of the season being curtailed.
But they go again mid-week - this is the plan: