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Sydenham By-Pass Delays: Glentoran v Cliftonville game.

Tue, 03/03/2020 - 22:26

The Sydenham By Pass country bound lanes from Dee Street to George Best City Airport, will be closed for resurfacing from Friday 6th March at 23:30 until the morning of Monday 9th March and for 2 weekends after, subject to weather.

Access to the Oval from the Dee Street lights will continue as normal. However there are bound to be traffic delays and possible long queues.

Therefore we suggest that supporters of both clubs leave home earlier than normal to avoid likely long queues just before kick off time.

Statement from Glentoran Football Club

Mon, 02/03/2020 - 21:14

Further to an article in tomorrow’s News Letter, The Board of Directors of Glentoran FC wish to make it clear that the club had no intention of making any comment on the behaviour of Crusaders players at the end of our cup tie on Saturday. The club believes that matter of Crusaders players’ behaviour is one for Crusaders and the other appropriate authorities to address based on the referee’s report and any other relevant evidence, so it would not have been appropriate for Glentoran to comment.

Ticket Package & Information: Cliftonville and Linfield matches

Sun, 01/03/2020 - 22:01

Tickets will become available as follows for our final two Danske Bank Premiership games before the split – v Cliftonville (Saturday 7 March) and the Big Two match v Linfield (Friday 20 March).

72 Hour package offer for both games

The club has decided to offer our loyal supporters a limited reduced price package for those wishing to attend both games.

Glentoran 2-1 Crusaders

Sat, 29/02/2020 - 20:28

Glentoran got a long-standing monkey off our back and progressed to the semi-final after second half goals from Marcus Kane and Robbie McDaid gave us a thoroughly deserved 2-1 win over holders Crusaders in the Quarter Final of the Sadler’s Peaky Blinders Irish Cup at the Oval this afternoon.

Tomorrow's Gazette

Fri, 28/02/2020 - 10:12

A blast from the past in tomorrow’s Irish Cup edition of the Glentoran Gazette as former editor Paul Vance makes a welcome return to compare his experiences of football in his adopted home of Montreal and here in the Irish League.  To keep the international theme going John Grayden has a look at how things are shaping up south of the border as the new Airtricity League gets underway, as well as interviewing last Saturday’s debutant Seanan Clucas.  Eddy Patrick’s 250 Club feature catches up with Irish Cup winning captain Pete Batey and Brian McClelland looks back at our first ever Irish Cup

Glenavon 2-2 Glentoran

Sat, 22/02/2020 - 19:04

Glentoran were denied all three points at a windswept Mourneview Park this afternoon due to a penalty save by Jonny Tuffey and a bizarre goal from Aaron Harmon.

For the third week running the Danske Bank Premiership games were played in shocking conditions with strong winds and occasional heavy showers once again the order of the day.

Danske Bank extends Premiership sponsorship for three more years

Fri, 21/02/2020 - 19:31

Joe Crowe and Jessica Foy represented Glentoran at the National Stadium at Windsor Park, as Danske Bank and the NI Football League announced the extension of their partnership for another three years, in a record breaking deal for the league.

Amid one of the most exciting title races in years, the partnership is currently in its eighth season of sponsorship and will bring Danske Bank into a decade of successfully leading at the forefront of football in Northern Ireland.

Obituary: Roy Miller

Fri, 21/02/2020 - 13:36

It is with great regret and sadness that we confirm the passing of lifelong Glenman and long serving member of the Ballymac GSC, Roy Miller.

Roy served as Chairman of the Ballymac for several years in the early 1990s when the club was based in the Oval. He was a very active member of players’ benefit committees from the era of Raymond Morrison and George Neill through to the latter days of Colin Nixon and Paul Leeman, and the value of his hard work and input value was consistently appreciated by all the recipient players. He was also President of the First Newtownards GSC

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