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It's a North Belfast one/two in the Danske Bank Premiership following the weekend fixtures.
Crusaders are three points clear at the top after beating Dungannon 3-0 in what started as the top two clash at Seaview on Saturday.
Philip Lowry scored twice - his brother Stephen did the same for Coleraine in a 4-0 win at Glenavon on Friday night.
After their game, the Crues announced the deadline day signing of Swifts forward Paul McElroy.
#DanskeBankPrem news not quite over for the evening. There’s a late deadline day transfer shock: forward Paul McElroy leaving Dungannon to join the ex-Swifts contingent @CrusadersFC Interesting reaction from @DgnSwifts pic.twitter.com/ysEgIk7Z2r— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 31, 2019
Cliftonville moved above Dungannon into second spot with a 5-1 victory away to Warrenpoint.
Rory Donnelly scored twice and there was a rare, spectacular strike from ex-Point player Liam Bagnall with Conor McMenamin and Joe Gormley also on target.
An Alan O'Sullivan penalty was a late consolation for the home side.
Meanwhile, Lorcan Forde is back at Milltown, on loan from Linfield.
At a glance after the weekend action in #DanskeBankPrem @CrusadersFC lead the way but the Reds are in hot pursuit @cliftonvillefc #NorthBelfast pic.twitter.com/K1ixTtmmR5— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 31, 2019
The other Premiership game at the weekend ended in a 1-0 victory for Ballymena in Carrick on Friday night.
Jude Winchester grabbed the goal with Sky Blues defender Jonny Addis sent off against his old club.
Two midfielders have left Coleraine - Dean Shiels is on the move along with Cormac Burke, who’s joined Institute.
Glentoran host 'Stute in the Premiership on Monday night.
The east Belfast club have a new recruit from Croatia, 21-year-old striker Antonio Djuric.
He was given a run-out with the Glens under-20s on Saturday and hit a debut hat-trick in a 5-0 win over their Institute counterparts at the Brandywell.