Both Glenavon and Dungannon Swifts await their first win of the season following this scoreless draw at Mourneview Park.
Glenavon enjoyed the best of the early opportunities with Daniel Purkis having a goal bound effort blocked by Dylan O'Kane while Sean Ward saw a shot from distance well tipped over by keeper Sam Johnston.
Indeed Gary Hamilton's could have gone in front midway through the first half when Purkis was upended by Johnston inside the box but Conor McCloskey could only smash the subsequent spot-kick over the bar.
Dungannon might have taken the lead later in the half when Johnny Tuffey was unable to deal with Kris Lowe's cross but Michael Carvill was unable to convert the loose ball while Oisin Smyth then directed the follow up into the arms of the Glenavon keeper.
Glenavon had the ball in the net right on the half-time whistle but Purkis' 'goal' from a McCloskey corner was ruled out following a foul on Johnston.
After the break the pair combined again but Purkis' glancing header fell the wrong side of the upright while, on the hour, Lowe fired straight at Tuffey from outside the area with Lorcan Forde sending the ball just over not long after.
The Swifts then had arguably their best chance of the game with around a quarter-of-an-hour remaining when substitute James Convie crossed from the right for Daniel Hughes to flick on for Lowe but he could only fire over.
Lowe did have the ball in the net late on but this was ruled out offside.