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Ballymena Utd 1-2 Glentoran

Sat, 24/08/2019 - 22:11

Two late Robbie McDaid goals gave Glentoran their first three point haul of the season after this thrilling encounter at the Ballymena Showgrounds.

Mick McDermott made two changes to the starting line-up following last Saturday’s defeat at Dungannon, Paul O’Neill in for Thomas Byrne and Conor Pepper, making his first appearance of the season after suspension, replacing Malachy Smith at right back.

Ross Redman

Sat, 24/08/2019 - 12:43

Ross Redman has been made available for transfer. Ross joined Glentoran from Portadown in June 2016 and has made 104 first team appearances for the club.

Bad night for Glens teams

Thu, 22/08/2019 - 00:22

It was a very disappointing night for the Glens Women and Under 20s teams tonight as both fell to defeats.

Glentoran Women slipped from first to third in the Danske Bank Women's Premiership with a 4-0 away defeat to second places Sion Swifts. A full report will appear here.

A very young Glentoran U20s team fell to a first half goal at the Oval to lose 1-0 to Dungannon Swifts U20s.  A full report will appear here.

Home tie for Glens in Shield

Mon, 19/08/2019 - 21:30

Glentoran will host Ballyclare Comrades in the first round of this year's Toal's County Antrim Shield. The match will be played on Tuesday 10th September, Kick off 7.45pm.

The winners will be at home in the second round to either Larne or PSNI on Tuesday 15th October.

Glens Women Irish Cup Final Bound ... Again!

Sun, 18/08/2019 - 00:04

Glentoran Women 4-0 Comber Rec Ladies

Holders Glentoran Women continued their Electric Ireland Women's Challenge Cup defence with a four-goal semi-final defeat of Comber Rec Ladies at Seaview.

The game was only 90 seconds old when Rachel Rogan latched onto a pass and calmly placed a side footed shot past keeper Leigh Skelton from the left hand corner of the 18-yard box.

Dungannon Swifts 3-1 Glentoran

Sat, 17/08/2019 - 19:05

A second late goal in five days from Paul O'Neill, this time proved nothing other than consolation as Glentoran fell to a deserved first defeat of the season at Stangmore Park.

There were two changes to Tuesday’s starting line up. Skipper Marcus Kane replaced Ross Redman at left back on his return from suspension. Up front Darren Murray dropped to the bench to give Curtis Allen a start up front between Robbie McDaid and Tom Byrne.

Supercup winners bring the cup home

Thu, 15/08/2019 - 11:34

Glentoran 2006s paraded the much coveted Super Cup to our large home support at Tuesday nights IPL game against Coleraine at the Oval to round off an amazing journey in their young careers!

In the competition itself a couple of weeks back the boys had to mount a comeback after a shaky start on day one of the tournament where the boys lost 2-1 to Bertie Peacock against the run of play which put them up against it as it usually takes three wins to top a super cup group and only first place in the group make the super cup proper.

Brendan Hamilton scored on day one.