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Design the Glentoran Christmas Card!

Mon, 21/10/2013 - 01:23
Glentoran Superstore is calling all young Glentoran budding artists to design a Glentoran Christmas Card . The winning design will be printed and sold from the Superstore in the run up to Christmas.
 
Rules
Entrants must be between the ages of 5 - 14   ( name and age of child to be included within design)
Closing date for entries is Saturday 2nd November
 
Entries to either
Ruth in person at Glentoran Superstore or

Player Profiles

Sun, 20/10/2013 - 18:28

As part of an on-going project by the social media teams to let fans learn more and interact with players, we are now launching payer profiles. Other events such as player Q/A’s have taken place recently on twitter with a great response from fans.

Player profiles will contain some basic information about the player such as date of birth, previous clubs etc.  Not all players have a profile yet but the majority are there.

Today's Results

Sat, 19/10/2013 - 19:06

U12 Glentoran 1-3 Carniny

U13 Glentoran 4-0 Crusaders

U14 Glentoran 4-1 Sion Swifts

U15 Glentoran 5-2 Ridgeway

U16 Glentoran 7-1 Cookstown

U16 SBL Glentoran 0-3 Ballyclare

U17 Glentoran 1-2 Maiden City 

Dungannon Swifts Youth 3 v 2 Glentoran Colts (played Tues 15th).

Glentoran Seconds - no game

Coleraine 1-3 Glentoran

Match Preview

Fri, 18/10/2013 - 20:30

With the first round of Danske Bank Premiership matches now complete, Glentoran currently sit in 6th place in the table with 16 points from our 11 games.

Next up for the Glens is a trip to the Coleraine Showgrounds for the reverse of the opening day fixture. Back in August a Jim O'Hanlon penalty gave the Glens a 1-nil lead at half-time before Coleraine hit back with a Shane Jennings equaliser.

Jim Lewis

Tue, 15/10/2013 - 13:50

Last weekend we learned of the passing of former Glentoran player, Jim Lewis. Described in Roy France's book as a utility player, Jim featured mainly as a full back or half back. He made his debut in the 1948-49 season and went on to make 158 appearances for the Glens, including playing in the 'Back to the Oval' game against Linfield and the three epic Irish Cup final games against Derry City in 1954; Jim being named 'Man of the Match' in the second match. By the time Jim Lewis finished at the Oval at the end of the 1955-56 season he'd scored 14 goals.

Fixture rearranged

Mon, 14/10/2013 - 17:02

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.

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