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James McLaughlin with the match ball after Coleraine's 4-0 win over Glenavon

How It Happened: Coleraine 4 Glenavon 0

James McLaughlin was claiming a hat-trick as Coleraine saw off Glenavon 4-0 at The Showgrounds, Ben Doherty struck the fourth from the penalty, but McLaughlin walked away with the match ball claiming the final touch on the first after it had hit Caolan Marron.

Glenavon player/manager Gary Hamilton during Saturday's 2-2 draw with Crusaders at Mourneview Park.

HOW IT HAPPENED: Glenavon 2 Crusaders 2

Paul McElroy's injury-time equaliser secured a share of the spoils for Crusaders in a 2-2 draw at Mourneview Park - with Jamie McGonigle putting the visitors into the lead before Glenavon efforts from Jordan Jenkins and Stephen Murray ahead of the final drama.

Southern Girls' Race from left are Erin Crummie from St Patricks PS, Crossmaglen (3rd), Emma McEntee from Moira PS (1st) and Annie Rice from Christian Brothers PS (2nd)

Flahavan’s Porridge fuels local runners

Young athletes, Erin Crummie from St. Patrick’s Primary School, Crossmaglen, Lola Brown from Ballydown Primary School, Emma McEntee, Sam Green and Oliver Lightbody from Moira Primary School, Tom Donaldson, Issac McIlwaine and Kayli-Ann Clayton from Tandragee Primary School, Charlie White from Rowandale Primary School, Luc Le Blanc from St Patricks Primary School, Newry, Annie Rich from Christian Brothers Primary School, and Leah Balfour from Kings Park Primary School were among 2293 pupils aged between 9 and 12 years who were out in force for the first round of this year’s Flahavan’s Athletics NI Primary School Cross Country League.

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