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Linfield 0-1 Glentoran

Tue, 23/02/2021 - 22:59

Glentoran made it a second consecutive Boxing Day victory and the third in the last four in tonight’s rearranged fixture when a late Conor McMenamin winner gave us a deserved 1-0 win after a dominant second half performance at the National Stadium.

Glens showed just one change from the win over Portadown at Shamrock Park last week as the recovered Caolan Marron returned at right back with Rhys Marshall moving to midfield.  

Match Preview: Warrenpoint Town v Glentoran

Fri, 19/02/2021 - 00:38

Saturday 20th February 2021, Kick Off 3,00pm.

Tomorrow we make our first visit to Milltown since November 2019. In the one fixture between the sides at Milltown last season, the Glens were easy 4-0 winners after running riot in the first half. In the 8th minute, defender Gavin Peers, now of course Warrenpoint player/coach, put us ahead before a Hrvoje Plum double (one a penalty) and Robbie McDaid's goal in the 44th minute completed the scoring.

Glens support Women's Aid 10k by May

Wed, 17/02/2021 - 13:42

Glentoran Football Club is delighted to support the excellent work done by the employees and volunteers at Women’s Aid, so we are very happy to formally endorse the 10K by May initiative run by Women’s Aid in Belfast and Lisburn. We urge the Glentoran Family to support this cause as only we can, to help mitigate in some way the effects of domestic violence against women and children.

What is 10K by May?

Portadown 1-3 Glentoran

Tue, 16/02/2021 - 23:42

Glentoran produced an excellent performance at Shamrock Park this evening with Conor McMenamin, Hrvoje Plum and Jay Donnelly all on the scoresheet.

Manager, Mick McDermott was able to field his frightening strikeforce of McDaid, Jay Donnelly and McMenamin for the first time and the home side struggled to live with them for the majority of the 90 minutes. 

Match Preview: Glentoran v Coleraine

Sat, 13/02/2021 - 01:13

Saturday 13th February 2021, Kick Off 3.00pm

Following the disappointment of Tuesday night’s postponement, we look forward to welcoming Coleraine to the Oval for the first time this season. Glens last win at the Oval was 1-0 in March 2016, thanks to an early David Scullion goal. They are unbeaten in their last 6 visits, recording 3 wins and 3 ending in draws.