League leaders Dundela were held to a 1-1 draw by Carrick Rangers on Saturday.
Dundela controlled the early stages until the 22nd minute when, against the run of play, Daniel Kelly scored the opener for Carrick from a goalmouth scramble.
The second half saw Dundela pushing hard for the equaliser. The pressure finally told in the 68th minute when Karl McComb ran onto a through ball from McCain to score a deserved equaliser for the Duns.
Dundela almost sealed a win in the 90th minute when an Owain Beggs shot was brilliantly tipped over the crossbar by Carrick keeper Deans.
Institute secured all three points from a fractious 4-2 win over Donegal Celtic today to move to within a point of leaders Dundela.
Bangor celebrated their first match on the new 3G pitch at Clandeboye Park with a victory over high-riding Knockbreda, but there were plenty of anxious moments for the Seasiders before midfielder Mark Cooling came to the rescue with two late, late goals.
It ended honours even in a dull game at Rathmore Road, but Limavady will be the happier team to have won their point, as Larne failed to convert a host of chances, which a more clinical side would surely have converted.
Ballyclare beat Dergview 2-0 at home with goals in either half from Andrew Simms.
Finally H&W Welders lost their unbeaten record to a hard working Loughgall side who controlled the game from start to finish.
Two goals from Danyl Ryan were the difference with the home side grabbing a last minute consolation goal through Dickson.