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Cliftonville have moved into fourth place in the Danske Bank Premiership with a controversial 1-0 win against 10-man Glentoran at Solitude.
The Glens claimed Joe Gormley's last-minute winner should have been disallowed for a foul and full-back Ross Redman was sent off for protesting.
Not for the first time this season, Glentoran manager Ronnie McFall was furious with the officials and says the club has to take action...
McFall fury...@Glentoran boss hits out after seeing TV replays of @cliftonvillefc winner. “For us to be so consistently on the wrong end of decisions, you have to ask yourself the question is there something going on?” pic.twitter.com/sBrClu5WcF— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 3, 2018
.@cliftonvillefc hero @JoeGormley9 glorious last-gasp derby winner after twice being denied by @Glentoran Elliott Morris. “Me miss easy chances? No I’ll give it to Elliott - great saves!” Glens not happy though. Also @OfficialBlues snatch point v @thepointfc Round-up on air at 6 pic.twitter.com/GmcurzWeb9— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 3, 2018
Linfield needed a goal in the sixth minute of stoppage time from Andy Waterworth to snatch a 1-1 draw against Warrenpoint at Windsor Park.
It means the Blues stay second, level on points and goal difference with Glenavon, who remain top as they've scored more.
Darren McCauley struck twice as Coleraine won 2-1 against Institute in the early kick-off at the Brandywell.
In the other Saturday match, Ards drew 2-2 with Dungannon in Bangor.
Kyle Cherry scored for the home side but was later sent off.
Alan Teggart's late equaliser moves the Swifts above Newry on goal difference - and off the bottom of the table.
Linfield have announced the appointment of former player Pat Fenlon as the club's first General Manager, saying: "He will have "lead responsibility for all of the club’s off field activities, both at Windsor Park and at the new Midgley Park. He will also work with the Board of Directors to formulate the strategic direction of the club over the next 5-10 years."