Warrenpoint Town continued their recent rich vein of form with victory over Carrick Rangers at the Loughshore Hotel Arena to move into the top six.
Still buoyed from last week's win over Linfield it only took Barry Gray's side four minutes to open the scoring through Alan O'Sullivan after he was left unmarked to nod Kealan Dillon's free-kick past Aaron Hogg at the back post.
'Point maintained their bright start to the game with Danny Wallace finding the net only to be ruled out offside, while Hogg did well to get down to deal with a low strike from Colm Deasy before denying Ryan Swan with his foot.
As the first half progressed Carrick did begin to work their way back into the game. Jordan Gibson sent the ball wide at the near post from Reece Glendinning's cross while Daniel Kelly nodded over from a later set piece.
But Warrenpoint doubled their advantage just before half-time after Swan, teed up by Dillon, raced through on goal to confidently slot the ball beyond Hogg.
Then, after setting up both goals, Dillon got his reward after the hour when he was played through by O'Sullivan to take the ball round Hogg and into the empty net.
Carrick did bag a consolation with six minutes remaining through Lloyd Anderson's deflected effort but it was too late to spark a revival for Niall Currie's men.