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Cliftonville have moved up to fourth place in the Danske Bank Premiership after beating Newry City 3-1 at Solitude on Monday night.
They're now within six points of leaders Glenavon.
Darragh Noonan put the basement team in front after only three minutes, but the Reds hit back with three goals in seven minutes from Rory Donnelly, Joe Gormley and Ryan Curran.
Here's Cliftonville coach Barry Johnston...
Meanwhile, Reds manager Barry Gray has insisted star striker Joe Gormley is not for sale.
It follows a report League of Ireland side Shamrock Rovers are keen to sign the north Belfast club's record scorer...
.@cliftonvillefc react to report legend @JoeGormley9 could be heading South - club says he’s going nowhere. @BazzaGray6 “He’s contracted with us he’s a Cliftonville player, wants to be here, we want him, a big part of going forward & that’s the way it will stay.” @GerardLawlorCFC pic.twitter.com/TwSBpV0jKU— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 12, 2018
Disappointment on the road again but proud of how our lads played for large parts of tonight’s game. Need to work harder and start taking the chances we are creating but I’ve no doubt it will come good. Thanks again to the travelling @NewryCityAFC support #NCAFC 🔵⚪️— darren mullen (@ncr72) November 12, 2018
The BetMcLean League Cup takes centre-stage on Tuesday night with two quarter-final ties (both 7.45pm).
Crusaders go to Glentoran and Ards welcome last year's beaten finalists Ballymena United to Bangor.
UPDATE: Glentoran 2 Crusaders 4 - Ards 0 Ballymena United 1
Declan Devine's been confirmed as the new Derry City manager on a two-year contract.
He takes over for a second time at the Brandywell and his backroom team includes ex-Northern Ireland star Paddy McCourt.
CONFIRMED: Declan Devine to return as Derry City manager. https://t.co/SfozJAulwo— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 12, 2018