Glentoran moved into second place in the Danske Bank Premiership with a deserved win at Solitude tonight. Second half goals from Rory Donnelly and Ciaran O'Connor made in 9 games unbeaten for the Glens as we approach the split.
Tuesday 20th April 2021, Kick Off 7.45pm.
Tonight we make the short journey to North Belfast for the third time to face Cliftonville. We have the opportunity to move into second place with a win. However with the Reds two places and four points this – as will be the case with all our remaining league matches – is yet another six pointer.
Everyone at Glentoran is saddened to hear of the passing of our player from the sixties, John Kennedy.
John, a right back, signed from Linfield and played 43 first team games for Glentoran, including 6 in the title winning season of 1963-64 when he was understudy to the legendary Harry Creighton. John left for Ards at the end of that season.
Deepest condolences to John’s wife Isobel, his sons Stephen and Kevin and daughter Jennifer. John’s nephew Paul for providing this information.
Another frustrating night for Glentoran as a first half Robbie McDaid goal at the Showgrounds wasn't enough as a second half Eoin Bradley equaliser gave Coleraine a share of the spoils this evening to keep us in third place in the Danske Bank Premiership,
Friday 16th April 2021 Kick Off 7.30pm
Tomorrow evening we follow Tuesday night’s memorable 2-2 draw, when we travel to the North Coast to play Coleraine for the second time in 72 hours in another six pointer with second place up for grabs in the Danske Bank Premiership.
We need to end a run at the Showgrounds that does not make for pretty reading. Our last win of any sort there was in May 2016 when Alan Kernaghan’s team had a 2-1 win in a Europa League play off semi final through goals from Calum Birney and Curtis Allen, now of course a Coleraine player,
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A late goal from Glentoran midfielder Nadene Caldwell at Seaview last night, helped Northern Ireland make history in qualifying for the finals of the Euro 2022 in England. This is Northern Ireland’s first ever qualification for the finals.
Dino’s late clincher followed a second half goal from captain Marissa Callaghan gave Kenny Shiels' side a 2-0 win on the night and a 4-1 victory on aggregate in the two-legged play-off.
The Glens and the Bannsiders played out an entertaining 2-all draw at the Oval this evening in the Danske Bank Premiership.
Prior to kick off, both teams, management and club officials present in the stadium, observed a two-minute silence as a mark of respect to His Royal Highness Prince Philip who sadly passed away last Friday.
Tuesday 13th April 2021 Kick Off 7.45pm
The vagaries of Covid-19 lockdown, a bad winter and TV demands mean that Glentoran tomorrow night face Coleraine for the first of two meetings in four days in the Danske Bank Premiership. Both are real six pointers as second placed Coleraine are one place and two points ahead of us, having played a game more.
The club this morning received the following letter from Fionnuala Jay-O'Boyle, Lord Lieutenant of Belfast
Subject: From The Office of HM's Lord Lieutenant of The Co Borough of Belfast
Good Morning Mr Henderson,
May I express my sincere appreciation of the message of condolence on the passing of The Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh from The Board, supporters and team at Glentoran Football Club which you kindly sent to the Lieutenancy.