Glenavon keep their noses in front as keeper Tuffey warns best is yet to come

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Glenavon remain a point clear at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership after a 2-1 home win over Dungannon. 

It was the first match in charge of the Swifts for ex-Lurgan Blues player and coach Kris Lindsay. 

Glenavon's former Northern Ireland international goalkeeper Jonathan Tuffey has told Q Radio it's so far, so good this season and it could get even better...


Second-placed Linfield fought back from a goal down to beat Ballymena 2-1 at Windsor Park.

Coleraine slipped six points behind the top two as they were held to a 1-1 draw at Newry.

It was the same score between 10-man Warrenpoint Town and Glentoran at the Q Radio Arena.

Crusaders had a 4-1 victory away to Institute and it was 3-1 for Cliftonville against visiting Ards - Joe Gormley striking twice. 



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