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Cup Final Countdown- A Little Bit Special, 1996

Thu, 02/05/2013 - 20:32

After the four wins in a row until 1989, Linfield ended our 1989 dreams of 5 in a row but we were back at it again by 1990. Defeating the old enemy in the Irish Cup semi-final was part of the infamous 7-UP season, where we beat Linfield in all 7 encounters with Gary Macartney scoring in each game. Portadown were Irish League Champions, looking to win the double and went into the game as favourites. With the game scoreless at half-time and Glentoran’s Macartney and Campbell both off injured things looked pretty bleak.

Irish Cup Final Morning at The Oval

Thu, 02/05/2013 - 13:11



Glentoran FC are having a party on the morning of Cup Final Day, 4th May.

The Premier Bars are open....

A Bouncy castle and inflatable assault course will be set up in the car park and be open from 9.30am to 12noon.

Face painting...especially to allow as many fans, young and not so young, as possible to get “painted” red green and black for the final will be in operation

BBQ food will be on sale for everyone to get something to eat before heading to the match and free ice cream will be available for the kids.

Glentoran BU continue great start

Thu, 02/05/2013 - 09:09

Glentoran BU beat Newbridge Predators at Shorts Recreation Ground on Wednesday night in their second league game of the season with an emphatic 5-0 victory. The girls were 3-0 ahead at half time with the Nadene Caldwell opening the scoring on 25 mins with a super strike from 25 yards out. This was  quickly followed by two other goals on 28 and 29 minutes from Kelly Bailie and Lauren Wade respectively. In the second half two new players making their debuts for GBU scored on 65 and 75 mins; Katrina Montgomery and Eimhear O'Prey

Waterworth presented with award

Thu, 02/05/2013 - 09:01

At last Saturday's final home league game of the season, Castlereagh GSC collected votes from supporters for their 'Player of the Year' award. Andrew Waterworth came out on top with Jay Magee and Elliott Morris taking 2nd and 3rd places respectively.

Photo shows Albert Kirk (Chairman) presenting the trophy. Also pictured are committee members Maxi Johnstone, Alan McIlhagger, Jim Flanagan and Matty Anderson.


Meet the players tonight

Wed, 01/05/2013 - 17:22



The Premier Lounge is the place to be tonight. Some of our first team squad will be coming down to have a question and answer session with the fans to talk about the build up to the Marie Curie Irish Cup final. The following legends will be coming down to join them:

Cup Final Replica Jerseys

Tue, 30/04/2013 - 18:52


Can everyone who has purchased a special one off replica jersey of the Cup Final shirt please go to the Superstore to pick it up as soon as possible.

The shop remains open until 8pm tonight and will be open again tomorrow afternoon from 4-8pm.

Please get down to the Superstore to collect your jersey and we look forward to all of you wearing them on Saturday and making it a colourful day.