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Linfield have moved two points clear at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership with a 2-0 victory away to defending champions Crusaders.
It ended a 20-match unbeaten run at home in the league for the Crues.
After three games of this campaign, David Healy’s men are the only team with a 100 per cent record.
Joel Cooper opened the scoring and set up the second for Jamie Mulgrew.
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.@OfficialBlues Joel Cooper delivered one of the knock-out blows v @CrusadersFC this afternoon but after helping to sink his team at Seaview JC’s backing @RealCFrampton for a KO tonight at Windsor! pic.twitter.com/mSDtfE8DB5— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 18, 2018
A late header from Eoin Bradley gave Coleraine a 2-2 draw at Glentoran.
Peter McMahon had put the Glens 2-1 up with a sensational 35-yard strike.
Dunganon clinched their first point - 1-1 against Cliftonville at Stangmore Park.
Ballymena came from behind to beat Ards 2-1 in Bangor.
Institute were 2-0 winners at the Brandywell against Warrenpoint who had Danny Wallace dismissed in the first half.
Michael McCrudden scored both goals.
Glentoran Women had a 5-1 victory against Cliftonville in Saturday night's Electric Ireland Irish Cup semi-final in Bangor.
They'll face Linfield Ladies in the decider after the Blues beat holders Sion Swifts 4-3 on penalties at Castledawson.