Glens see Red over bizarre dismissal, Crues six clear - Hamilton hammered again

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Hail Hale. Rory Hale with great winner v Blues. Pic: NIFL.

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Crusaders are six points clear at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership after beating Linfield 1-0 on Friday night.

Rory Hale hit the winner at Seaview early in the second half, finding the top corner from outside the area.

Blues boss David Healy said it was a frustrating and disappointing night for the defending champions ...

Larne thrashed visiting Glenavon 6-0 with David McDaid grabbing a hat-trick.

It was another meltdown for Gary Hamilton's beleaguered Lurgan Blues who had been beaten 7-0 by Linfield last week. 

A Joe Gormley goal gave Ciftonville a 1-0 win at Glentoran to send the Reds second.

There was controversy in the second half when Glens striker Darren Murray was sent off.

He was given a second yellow card as he was being substituted - under the new rule of failing to leave the pitch at the nearest point.

Glens boss Mick McDermott was furious after the match - and was backed by his opposite number Paddy McLaughlin. 






Also on Friday night, Derry City lost 1-0 away to Dundalk - in a blow to their European hopes as they slip to fourth in the League of Ireland.

Saturday, 3pm - 

Carrick Rangers vs Coleraine 
Institute vs Ballymena United 
Warrenpoint Town vs Dungannon Swifts 



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