Q Radio Sport
The top two in the Danske Bank Premiership both dropped points at home on Saturday.
Linfield were held to a scoreless draw by Ards and Glenavon finished 1-1 with Glentoran.
Here's Glens assistant boss Gary Smyth...
Lurgan Blues midfielder Mark Skyes...
Robbie McDaid was the Glentoran goalscorer on the hour, striking again against his former club...
Glenavon sub Stephen Murray hit the equaliser from the penalty spot.
Calum Birney again impressed at the back for the Glens.
He says club legends Smyth and Paul Leeman joining the backroom team at the Oval has been a big boost this season...
So how will @Glentoran keeper/legend Elliott Morris celebrate 700 games for the club after today’s 1-1 draw @Glenavon_FC ? “Night out with the kids and a couple of lemonades!” Post-match reax on air at 6. pic.twitter.com/8PVEa4UyKS— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 1, 2018
Also on Saturday, Newry beat 10-man Cliftonville 1-0 at the Showgrounds.
John Boyle scored the goal, Jamie Harney was sent off.
Institute against Dungannon was goalless.
And Ballymena had a 6-1 victory at Warrenpoint.
The draw’s been made for the last 16 of the BetMcLean League Cup next month.
The pick of the ties is the all-Premiership clash of Glentoran and Coleraine at the Oval.
Holders Dungannon Swifts face Warrenpoint Town at the Q Radio Arena.
BetMcLean League Cup Third Round
Tuesday 9 October (kick-off: 7.45pm)
Cliftonville v Carrick Rangers
Warrenpoint Town v Dungannon Swifts
Dergview v Ards
Crusaders v Ballinamallard United
HW Welders or Portstewart v Ballymena United
Newry City v Portadown
Tuesday 30 October (kick-off: 7.45pm)
Linfield v Institute
Glentoran v Coleraine