Glentoran go top, Kilcoo reach All-Ireland final and Armagh humble Dublin at HQ

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Robbie McDaid - winner for Glens. Pic: GFC

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Glentoran are top of the Danske Bank Premiership after they beat Warrenpoint and previous leaders Linfield crashed to a defeat in Coleraine.

Robbie McDaid grabbed the only goal for the Glens in their victory at the BetMcLean Oval.

Meanwhile at Ballycastle Road, the Bannsiders thrashed the Blues 3-0.

Lyndon Kane broke the deadlock from the penalty spot with second-half goals from Matthew Shevlin and Jamie Glackin sealing victory for Oran Kearney's men.

Peter Campbell was on target for Glenavon at Crusaders, bravely heading home as he collided with the post. 

It proved to be the winner for the Lurgan Blues. 

Rhyss Campbell struck twice for Dungannon as they got the better of a five-goal encounter with Carrick.

The final fixture saw Larne romp to a 4-0 victory at home to struggling Portadown in the late kick-off.

Quite a day as well in Gaelic games - not least for Ulster champions Kilcoo:

Then a victory to remember in Dublin for the boys from County Armagh:

The sporting day ended with a Giant W back in Belfast:

There was also the promise of more to come with Rory on a roll:

Let's hear it for all our sporting heroes! Here's one - Robbie McDaid, grabbed the only goal to send the Glens top of the table

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