The Danske Bank Premiership game against Portadown, originally scheduled for Saturday 30th November, has been rearranged for Monday 2nd December at the Oval with a 7.45pm kick off. This game will be shown live on Sky Sports.
Glentoran travelled to Stangmore Park Dungannon to face Warrenpoint Town in the Danske Bank Premiership and a solitary goal from Marcus Kane early in the second half saw the Glens return to Belfast with 3 points.
This weekend it's matchday eleven in the Danske Bank Premiership and Glentoran travel to Stangmore Park, Dungannon to face Warrenpoint Town. After 10 games in this season's league campaign, new boys Warrenpoint Town are sitting in eleventh position in the table with 8 points on the board. Life in the top division began with a 3-2 defeat to Dungannon Swifts but in their second match, against the other promoted side, Ards, Warrenpoint Town secured their first victory with a 2-1 away win.
During the close season Glentoran manager Eddie Patterson and his assistant, Tiernan Lynch made it known that they would like to have games videoed to assist in post match analysis. The Internet GSC found out about this request and purchased a camera and all the ancillary kit which was presented to Eddie prior to the Linfield game on Tuesday night. The equipment will be operated by Aaron Agnew to whom the club is very grateful.
Pictured making the presentation to Eddie are Internet GSC Chairman, David Griffiths and Jodie Killops.
Photograph by Thomas Sewell.
Have you ever dreamed of playing at the Oval under the floodlights? Or even better, being on the same pitch as Glentoran legends such as Gary Blackledge, Billy Caskey, Jimmy Cleary, Barney Bowers and such like? Well, now we could make your dreams come true.
A superb defensive performance from ten man Glentoran in the end came to nothing as Belfast rivals Linfield won through to the next round of the League Cup on penalties after a goalless 120 minutes.
Look out for the Glentoran Gazette on sale for the League Cup clash with Linfield at the Oval.
Jason Hill adorns the cover and inside we celebrate his 300th appearance for the Glens, which came on Saturday against Dungannon Swifts - a game he will certainly not forget in a hurry!
As well as that, there is match action from the win over the Swifts; Eddie Patterson and Elliott Morris give us their view on the win and this visit of our old rivals, whom we will, of course profile.
Glentoran face Linfield at the Oval on Tuesday evening in the League Cup.
Supporters can pay at the turnstiles for this fixture as tickets are NOT required.
Glentoran supporters should enter the stadium as normal via Parkgate Drive.
Admission to the Main Stand will be £10 for Adults and £8 Concession. A pass to access the stand will be provided at the turnstile.
Admission to the Sydenham End Terrace will be £8 for adults and £6 Concession.
Glentoran season tickets are NOT valid for this fixture.
Mark Miskimmin's second-half header saw Glentoran stem the tide of recent defeats and draws as Eddie Patterson's side ran out 2-1 victors over high-flying Dungannon Swifts today at the Oval.