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Glentoran and Linfield both won on Friday night to go first and second in the Danske Bank Premiership.
The Blues beat 10-man Larne 1-0 at Inver Park.
Chris Shields scored their 30th-minute penalty after Kofi Balmer fouled Christy Manzinga and was sent-off.
The Glens had a 2-0 victory over Glenavon.
Conor McMenamin and Rory Donnelly were on target at the BetMcLean Oval.
FT: #DanskeBankPrem @Glentoran 2— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 17, 2021
McMenamin, R. Donnelly@Glenavon_FC 0@larnefc 0
Balmer s/o@OfficialBlues 1
Big Two go above Cliftonville, Blues top on goal difference.
Standing ovation at BetMcLean Oval for clean sweep winners @GlentoranWomen
The Big Two are level on 39 points, one ahead of Cliftonville - with Linfield top on goal difference.
The Reds host Carrick Rangers on Saturday.
Coleraine have Crusaders, Dungannon play Ballymena and Warrenpoint welcome Portadown.
Big wins for the Big Two as @OfficialBlues & @Glentoran go level on points at the top of #DanskeBankPrem - but it could all change on Saturday with @cliftonvillefc back in action in one of four fixtures.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 17, 2021
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Friday night also saw another impressive victory for Ulster Rugby:
FT: @ChampionsCup @UlsterRugby 27@SaintsRugby 22— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 17, 2021
Take it as red - two wins from two in Europe for the Ulstermen, after a cracking contest at Kingspan Stadium#HeinekenChampionsCup pic.twitter.com/uFGss8SGaV