Another enthralling Irish Premiership Saturday. Six games and seventeen goals later, it's fair to say it's been one of the best so far this season.
Linfield replace Glenavon at the top of the table. David Healy's men beat Institute 4-1 before the Lurgan Blues fell to a 3-0 defeat at Crusaders, lifting the Belfast side two points clear having played a game more.
Elsewhere, Ballymena remain third after dispatching Cliftonville 2-1 at the Showgrounds, while ten-man Coleraine recovered from going behind to draw 1-1 with Glentoran, a score mirrored at Milltown as Warrenpoint Town and Dungannon Swifts also shared two goals.
Newry City moved ahead of Ards down at the bottom after a 2-0 win, with Mark Hughes and John Boyle scoring to end a gloomy run of six straight defeats for Darren Mullen's side.
We'll be back next week with coverage of five games; Glenavon v Ards, Crusaders v Institute, Warrenpoint v Coleraine, Linfield v Cliftonville and Dungannon v Glentoran.
Ballymena, who host Glentoran on Tuesday before travelling to Newry on Friday night, can go top by the time a ball is kicked next Saturday. Wouldn't that be something!
Bye for now!