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Irish League round-up: Coleraine leave it late to continue fine run, Curran rescues a point for Reds and Warrenpoint comfortable winners

 

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Coleraine's Stephen Lowry roars with delight after scoring the winning goal against Crusaders (Inpho/Stephen Hamilton)

Coleraine's Stephen Lowry roars with delight after scoring the winning goal against Crusaders (Inpho/Stephen Hamilton)

Inpho/Stephen Hamilton

Coleraine's Stephen Lowry roars with delight after scoring the winning goal against Crusaders (Inpho/Stephen Hamilton)

With Linfield not playing this weekend, there was a chance for one of their title rivals to close the gap at the top, and Coleraine took that opportunity.

Oran Kearney's Bannsiders just squeaked past fellow top-four side Crusaders at the Showgrounds to firmly establish themselves as title challengers, picking up a sixth straight win after triumphing 2-1.

Elsewhere, there was late drama at Solitude as the match between Cliftonville and Glenavon ended in a draw, while Warrenpoint Town ended a losing run away to Portadown.


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