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Glentoran Women: All Island Cup Draw made

Thu, 22/02/2024 - 20:12

The draw has been made for the forthcoming season’s Women’s All Island Cup, run jointly by Northern Ireland Football League and the League of Ireland.

This season Glentoran Women have been drawn in a group with holders Galway United, Sligo Rovers and Athlone Town.

The dates for individual matches have yet to be agreed but this season the tournament is to be played over a longer period than last season’s inaugural cup.

The top two teams in each group will go forward to the quarter final and ties will be played on the following dates:

A Hero Returns

Wed, 21/02/2024 - 18:21

Glentoran were delighted to welcome Terry Conroy back to the Bet McLean Oval last weekend for our home game against Newry City.

Terry was accompanied by Robert Banks (son of England's 1966 World Cup winning goalkeeper, Gordon), Andrew Edwards (sculptor of the excellent Pat Jennings statue - recently unveiled in Newry) and Steve Smith.

NIFL clubs support Heart Month

Mon, 19/02/2024 - 16:31

More than 1500 Irish League football players and coaches and almost 10,000 supporters in Northern Ireland will be given the opportunity to learn vital lifesaving skills during Heart Month in February.

The Northern Ireland Football League (NIFL) has teamed up with the British Heart Foundation Northern Ireland (BHF NI) to promote the charity’s free and innovative online CPR training tool RevivR.

Glentoran 8-2 Newry City

Sat, 17/02/2024 - 22:04

Glens supporters went home a lot happier than of late as a Daire O’Connor hat trick and another double from David Fisher let the way in this demolition of bottom placed Newry City at the Bet McLean Oval.

Aaron McCarey‘s return in goal was the only change in last week’s starting like up but the crowds also welcomed the return of James Singleton to the squad, after missing our last 10 games through injury.

Tomorrow's Gazette

Fri, 16/02/2024 - 15:31

In tomorrow's Glentoran Gazette against Newry City we assess the basement club's progress under new manager Barry Gray and Warren Feeney rues our failure to finish off the opposition in our last couple of games.  The 1923 Committee spring a surprise by agreeing with a certain ex-Irish League manager, Philip Stevenson welcomes a Glentoran Legend back to the Oval and we look at the facts and figures behind the career of one who is very much still part of the squad.  Meanwhile John Grayden has the latest on the debate around Friday night football, assesses the runners and riders as the new Lea

Match Preview: Glentoran v Newry City

Thu, 15/02/2024 - 22:13

Saturday 17th February

Kick Off 3.00pm

On Saturday we welcome Newry City to the Bet McLean Oval for game 28 of this season’s Sports Direct Premiership.

Newry City will be seeking to end a run of 17 games without a Premiership win - stretching back to October 7th when they won 2-0 at fellow strugglers Ballymena United - as they visit the Oval for the second time this season.