Another 40-page Glentoran Gazette sees Mick McDermott taking the positives out of Tuesday night’s County Antrim Shield semi-final loss and clarifying his comments on the Conor McMenamin injury, while Paul Vance says referees already have the ammunition they need to prevent another Conor-style injury. Ahead of another big Belfast derby, in an edition that will resonate with Cliftonville fans, Conor McLaughlin says he feels the Solitude team hasn’t clicked yet although Paddy McLaughlin’s side’s campaign has been hit by injuries, Matthew Brown discovers that boyhood Cliftonville fan Eddie Patterson still loves Glentoran while Jay Donnelly is Beth Stafford and Joe Burns' choice for the cover. Meanwhile, Brian McClelland has been busy digging up intriguing stories on the Irish League’s first black and Jewish stars. Ian Clarke catches up with former Glens favourite Dermot Keely as he makes his first visit to the Oval in almost 40 years and former Glens Chairman, Stephen Henderson, fulfils a decade-old pledge 1500 miles from Belfast. Programme publishers, the 1923 Committee, long standing fan David Briggs and Glens chaplain David Thompson all join the Sunday football debate, and Henry Muldrew continues his English odyssey on Merseyside. We look back at Glentoran Women’s Challenge Cup win, have the story of how a Glentoran jersey ended up in the New York marathon and bring news of the discovery of an old medal. And Norman Ternahan and Thomas Sewell bring all the recent match action in words and pictures in your big weekend read. The Gazette, by the fans for the fans, is £4.