That's about all from us after a day which may define the destination of the Gibson Cup this season.
That remains to be seen as there is still a lot of football to be played but Linfield are certainly in pole position to regain the title thanks to Josh Robinson's goal which gave the Blues a 1-0 win over their nearest challengers Ballymena.
Nine points is now the lead for David Healy's men and that chasm may prove just too much for David Jeffrey's side to bridge as we head towards the final two months of the campaign.
At the other end of the table the long-suffering Ards supporters had something to cheer as their side defeated Newry 3-1 in new manager Warren Feeney's first game in charge to move off the foot of the table on goal difference.
Elsewhere 2-0 was the favoured scoreline of the day as Coleraine saw off Glentoran, Cliftonville won at Warrenpoint and Institute saw off Dungannon Swifts - all by the same two-goal winning margin.
We hope that you have enjoyed the coverage today and join us again on Tuesday night when we will have text and radio commentary on the evening's three top-flight matches - Ballymena v Cliftonville, Glentoran v Warrenpoint and Newry City v Linfield.
See you then and enjoy the rest of your weekend.