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Linfield had briefly hit top spot on Saturday afternoon with a 2-1 win at Dungannon.
Seanan Clucas was sent off for the Swifts with almost half an hour to play and the Blues came from behind to win it with a goal in the 88th minute from defender Mark Stafford.
Cliftonville won 2-1 away to Coleraine.
Institute had a 1-0 victory against Warrenpoint at the Q Radio Arena. Michael McCrudden hit the spectacular winner.
Ballymena were 3-0 winners over visiting Crusaders.
But the top scorers were Glentoran who beat Ards 4-0 at the Oval.
Curtis Allen scored twice to pass 100 goals for the Glens, but midfielder John McGuigan was sent off near the end.
Q Radio has spoken with both managers, Ards boss Colin Nixon coming up after Glentoran's Ronnie McFall...
Told you so! @curtis_allen tweeted this morning he’d hit his 100th goal for @Glentoran today - and so he did! “Lads thought I was putting pressure on myself...but I got up feeling good and said ‘today’s the day!’” pic.twitter.com/u7LVxd2wgO— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) October 27, 2018
The draw’s been made for the Toals County Antrim semi finals next month.
Ballymena will host Linfield with Larne at home to Crusaders.
Both ties are to be played on Tuesday the 27th of November.
Derry City are on the look-out for a new manager after parting company with Kenny Shiels.
The club issued a statement on Saturday afternoon:
"Derry City and Kenny Shiels have decided to part company as of today.
"We acknowledge Kenny's contribution to the football club over the past three seasons, one of which was particularly difficult.
"We wish Kenny the best for the future.
"The club will make no further comment."