Blues hit top spot as Glenavon star says six of the best can mount title challenge

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Linfield win in first league game at Brandywell since 1969.

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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.

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. 






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