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Seconds to face Institute

Wed, 20/02/2013 - 18:38

Following their superb 3-0 victory over Queens, Glentoran Seconds have been drawn at home in the quarter-final of the Coca-Cola Intermediate Cup. They are due to face Institute on 16th March 2013.

The full draw can be found HERE

The Seconds are in action tonight when they face Donegal Celtic Reserves at the Oval in the IFA Reserve League (ko 7:45pm).

Important supporter information for this Saturday

Wed, 20/02/2013 - 16:27


Lisburn Distillery FC have been advised by the local PSNI that car parking on the main road outside New Grosvenor and along the driveway leading into the ground will not be permitted this Saturday for the Whites home game v Glentoran. The PSNI have also advised that parking tickets will be issued to anyone failing to comply with this request. To avoid any issues occurring LDFC would request all patrons attending the game to abide by this decision and to use the car park facilities available at New Grosvenor

Glens March On To Quarter Finals

Mon, 18/02/2013 - 22:29

Full-time St Patrick's Athletic of Dublin were big favourites to beat Glentoran in the Setanta Cup this year having finished 3rd in their league last season. But a gritty display in Dublin earned a hard fought 0-0 draw last week, enabling Glentoran to be more adventurios in Belfast this evening and eventually secure the vital goal which sends us through to the next round.

Glens host St Pat's in Setanta Clash

Sat, 16/02/2013 - 15:20

Following a hard fought 0-0 draw in Dublin last week, Glentoran are in a reasonable position going into the second leg of the first round of the Setanta Cup against St Pat's Athletic. The match in Dublin was a game of few chances but St Pat's controlled the majority of possession. This week Glentoran will look to use home advantage to take control and hopefully get the all important goals required to send us through to the next round.

Glens face Blues in Belfast Big Two

Sat, 16/02/2013 - 01:04

It's a rare occasion that in February a Belfast Big Two Derby doesn't bare much on the outcome of the Danske Bank Premiership but for Glentoran and it would also appear Linfield, hopes of the Gibson Cup remaining in the hands of the original 'Big Two' seem bleak. Cliftonville are currently 12 points clear at the top of the league table with Linfield 15 points behind. A loss at The Oval would surely see an end to Linfield's slim title hopes.