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Coleraine draw with Glenavon

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  • Coleraine 1-1 Glenavon

Coleraine saw another chance to keep the pace in the Irish Premiership title race slip by with a 1-1 draw against Glenavon.

Gareth McConaghie had an inviting chance for the Bannsiders just shy of the half-hour mark.

He met Darren McCauley's corner, but McConaghie headed just wide.

Coleraine were then awarded a penalty on the stroke of half-time. But Johnny Tuffey saved Harkin's effort.

The Lurgan Blues took the lead in the second half, when Andy Hall rose highest at the back-post to plant a header into the net.

Coleraine levelled on the hour however, Eoin Bradley with the free-kick.

Boss Gary Hamilton was then sent to the stands for Glenavon.

Mark Sykes was dismissed for Glenavon as they ended the match with 10-men.

Goalless draw for Cliftonville and Coleraine

Cliftonville’s Rory Donnelly and Coleraine’s Stephen O’Donnell during Saturday's game at Solitude in Belfast. Credit: Pacemaker
  • Cliftonville 0-0 Coleraine

Ten-man Coleraine held on at Cliftonville for a goalless draw at Solitude.

The home side missed a number of good early chances with Daniel Hughes and Rory Donnelly both guilty of being wasteful in front of goal.

Aaron Traynor was sent off with fifteen minutes to play, leaving Oran Kearney's table-toppers with a difficult finale.

But they held on for what could be a crucial point, Rory Donnelly missing a late glorious chance for the Reds. Cliftonville jump above Linfield into fourth.

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