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Linfield have moved to the top of the Danske Bank Premiership with a 3-0 win against Institute at Windsor Park.
Andy Waterworth, Chris Casement and Joel Cooper got the goals.
Newry City marked their first home game since promotion back to the top flight by beating Dungannon 2-1.
Stephen 'Rambo' Hughes scored two second-half penalties after his brother Daniel had missed one for the Swifts - it was saved by former Dungannon keeper Andy Coleman.
Jarlath O'Rourke grabbed a late consolation goal for Rodney McAree's men.
.@NewryCityAFC @ncr72 “historic win for the club...it’ll give us that belief to push on.” #DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/89RvWI2ej9— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 10, 2018
A little bit of controversy @NewryCityAFC - @DgnSwifts skipper @harpur_ryan on pen says “never a handball - hit my head first.” #DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/7EgACruMOR— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 10, 2018
There are four matches on Saturday at 3pm.
They include a repeat of the Irish Cup final with Cliftonville facing Coleraine - this time at Solitude.
Champions Crusaders welcome Ballymena.
Glentoran face Ards in Bangor. The Glens could hand a debut to their new signing, 20-year-old former Norwich City defender or midfielder Joe Crowe, who recently left Linfield.
And Glenavon visit the Q Radio Arena to take on Warrenpoint Town.
After tonight’s victories for @OfficialBlues & @NewryCityAFC there are four more matches tomorrow @cliftonvillefc v @ColeraineFC @ArdsFC1900 v @Glentoran @CrusadersFC v @BallymenaUnited @thepointfc v @Glenavon_FC More on air on Q Sport am #DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/vib9MjVv55— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 10, 2018