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Warrenpoint Town 0-4 Glentoran

Sat, 02/11/2019 - 21:04

When we last faced Warrenpoint Town a number of weeks ago at the Oval we dominated the first half and should have led by more than a solitary goal at the interval. In the second half 'Point punished our wayward finishing and grabbed an equaliser. They were ultimately denied however by a very late goal from Patrick McClean. 

Saturday's Danske Bank fixture at Milltown once again saw Glentoran dominate the opening 45 minutes. On this occasion however we scored four goals without reply and there would be no reply from the South Down outfit.

McClean is October Player of the Month

Fri, 01/11/2019 - 10:18

Patrick McClean, runner up for his first two months at the club, has gone one better to win the supporter vote as Glentoran Player of The Month for October.

In an overwhelming win, Paddy won 60% vote, in a month where he was the absolute epitome of consistency as we won four of the five games Paddy started. The month was capped by his incredible late winner at Larne and the signing of a contract extension for a further two years.

Ticket Information: Institute v Glentoran

Thu, 31/10/2019 - 17:26

Institute FC has introduced a digital E-Ticket system.

Both home and away supporters can now purchase E-Tickets which can be printed or downloaded to mobile devices for scanning at turnstiles.

E-Tickets for the Institute v Glentoran game on Saturday 9th November will be available online from 8.00 am tomorrow (Fri 1st Nov)

To purchase, just visit and select 'Get Tickets Here'

For those unable to book online, hard copy tickets will be available for purchase on match days.

Happy Birthday GlensTV

Wed, 30/10/2019 - 22:57

As the club climbs from a decade of relative underachievement on the pitch, one thing the Glens support will look back on that period with pride and affection is the fact that through the work of GlensTV. Through match highlights of both the first team and Glentoran Women, exclusive interviews with key club personnel and various other initiatives through the club website and social media channels, Glenmen and Glenwomen can confidently say we have the strongest club media channel in Northern Ireland.

Bertie Wright: My First 100 Years

Wed, 30/10/2019 - 21:57


From conversations with Brian McClelland.

I was born in St Leonard’s Street on the Newtownards Road on 23rd October 1919.  One hundred years ago it may be, but my memory remains undimmed.  When I was very young my family moved to the Portadown area.  My father had been all through the First World War and had suffered from gas poisoning.  On doctor’s advice we moved out of the city to County Armagh for the fresh country air.  Sadly, my father died when I was just five years old.