Curtis Allen bagged both goals as Coleraine kept up their good run with a 2-0 away win over Carrick Rangers.
A quiet opening to the game, it took until the 21st minute for the first effort of note to emerge when Jamie Glackin's corner was pushed away by Aaron Hogg with Curtis Allen and Stephen O'Donnell scrambling to stab the ball home.
Not long after that a Stewart Nixon cross almost found Glackin but Hogg again came to Carrick's rescue with a timely interception.
The Bannsiders did have the ball in the net late in the half but Allen's finish was ruled out offside after Lyndon Kane had squared the ball into his path.
The deadlock was finally broken just before the hour after Lyndon Kane was brought down inside the box but, making the most of the advantage, Curtis got on the loose ball to fire home.
And he bagged his second with just under a quarter-of-an-hour left after pouncing on a deflected ball to slot his double beyond Hogg.
Carrick might have pulled one back in the closing moments only for Jordan Gibson to be denied by a double save from keeper Martin Gallagher.