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Crusaders have moved up to third in the Danske Bank Premiership with a dramatic 3-2 win against derby rivals Cliftonville.
Jordan Owens grabbed the Friday night winner at Seaview in stoppage time...
Earlier, Joe Gormley hit two penalties to break Cliftonville's goalscoring record of 170.
On a night when focus was on @JoeGormley9 breaking @cliftonvillefc goals record, @CrusadersFC all-time top scorer Jordan Owens had final say with goal # 206 for the club. As always he’s praising teammates “more like us, 1 to 11 I thought the guys were great.” Both sides on air am pic.twitter.com/IVzpppXThu— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) October 5, 2018
We've also been speaking with both managers, Stephen Baxter and Barry Gray...
Institute are eighth in the standings after a 1-0 victory over Ards in Bangor.
Derry City won by the same scoreline in their League of Ireland game at Limerick
Dundalk clinched the title with a one-all draw at home to St. Pat's.
And the Northern Ireland under-19 women had a scoreless draw in their Euro qualifier against Kosovo in Portadown.
There are three more matches in the Premiership on Saturday afternoon.
Leaders Glenavon travel to fourth-placed Coleraine.
There's a basement battle with Dungannon hosting Warrenpoint Town.
And Ballymena return to the Warden Street Showgrounds with a game against Newry City.