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Linfield have moved a point clear at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership after a 4-2 victory over Cliftonville.
David Jeffrey's Ballymena United had briefly been at the summit following Friday night's controversial win against Newry City.
Andy Waterworth was Linfield's hero again on Saturday, hitting a hat-trick in the Belfast derby clash at Windsor Park.
.@OfficialBlues back on top of the Danske Bank Premiership after beating Cliftonville 4-2 at Windsor Park. @Andy_Waterworth hit a hat trick at the end of an emotional week for the club...Round-up on air at 6 pic.twitter.com/cShHr7xZ1B— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 24, 2018
Waterworth earned the praise of Northern Ireland's record scorer, Blues boss David Healy....
But Reds manager Barry Gray wasn't so impressed ....
Third-placed Glenavon are two points behind the leaders after beating basement team Ards 3-1 at Mourneview Park.
Crusaders needed a 95th-minute penalty from Rory Patterson to clinch a 3-2 home win over Institute - his second goal of the game.
'Stute star Michael McCrudden also struck twice.
Dungannon beat Glentoran 1-0 with Seanan Clucas grabbing the goal.
Warrenpoint had a 2-1 victory over Coleraine at the Q Radio Arena - Robbie Norton smashed home the winner from the spot.
Captain Simon Kelly gives us his thoughts from yesterday’s victory over Coleraine which now sees the lads unbeaten in 4 league games. Click the link below to see what Simon had to say🔵⚪️👇🏻https://t.co/hHv8eylpfQ pic.twitter.com/P90WigZODJ— Warrenpoint Town FC (@thepointfc) November 25, 2018