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Glenavon remain a point clear at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership after a 2-1 home win over Dungannon.
It was the first match in charge of the Swifts for ex-Lurgan Blues player and coach Kris Lindsay.
Glenavon's former Northern Ireland international goalkeeper Jonathan Tuffey has told Q Radio it's so far, so good this season and it could get even better...
.@Glenavon_FC @AMitchell_19 hit winner to keep Lurgan Blues top of the #DanskeBankPrem table with victory over @DgnSwifts managed by his former Glenavon coach @kris_lindsay “Kris will be a success, he’s a fantastic coach, but today we put emotions aside and did the job.” pic.twitter.com/KFhotCb3i9— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 29, 2018
.@DgnSwifts new boss @kris_lindsay “delighted with reception from @Glenavon_FC fans” on return to MVP and pleased with the battling performance by the Swifts - not so keen on the result ... More in #DanskeBankPrem round-up on air at 6 pic.twitter.com/4pmYPhH2bK— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 29, 2018
Second-placed Linfield fought back from a goal down to beat Ballymena 2-1 at Windsor Park.
Coleraine slipped six points behind the top two as they were held to a 1-1 draw at Newry.
It was the same score between 10-man Warrenpoint Town and Glentoran at the Q Radio Arena.
Crusaders had a 4-1 victory away to Institute and it was 3-1 for Cliftonville against visiting Ards - Joe Gormley striking twice.
.@JoeGormley9 scores his second of the afternoon to take his tally for @cliftonvillefc to 170 equalling Kevin McGarry's all-time scoring record for the Reds #DanskeBankPrem— Marshall Gillespie (@NIStats) September 29, 2018
Huge congratulations to Joe the Goal @JoeGormley9 equalling my Uncle Kevin McGarry's all time goal scoring record of 170 for @cliftonvillefc.— Tim Mc Garry (@Tim_Mc_Garry) September 29, 2018