Bannsiders top, Jay hat-trick, Mallards hold Blues and Sky Blues on course for top six

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Jay Donnelly - hat-trick for Reds. Image: NIFL.

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Coleraine moved top of the Danske Bank Premiership on Friday night with a 3-2 victory over Carrick at the Showgrounds. 

Josh Carson scored twice.

The Bannsiders are a point ahead of Crusaders who face Warrenpoint Town at the Q Radio Arena on Monday. 

Daniel Hughes hit a double for Dungannon as they also emerged 3-2 winners - against visiting Glenavon.

Jay Donnelly went one better with a hat-trick in Cliftonville's 3-0 home win against Ards.

Ten-man Ballinamallard drew 2-2 with Linfield at Ferney Park - sub Josh McIlwaine was sent off shortly after coming on but Sean Noble grabbed a dramatic, late equaliser for the basement side. 

Ballymena beat Glentoran 2-1 at the Oval, meaning the Sky Blues would clinch a place in the top six with a victory against the Mallards on Monday.

Glens defender Willie Garrett was sent off in the closing stages.

Cathair Friel and Kofi Balmer grabbed stunning goals for the visitors and Curtis Allen made it 21 goals for the season when he hit an equaliser for Ronnie McFall's men in the second half...

Ballymena centre-back Johnny Flynn says it's been quite a turnaround for the team with two big away wins in Belfast this week...


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