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Another award for Joely

Mon, 19/09/2022 - 01:19

Glentoran's Euro 2022 star Joely Andrews is the Danske Bank Women’s Player of the Month for August.

The midfielder - last season's Ulster Player of the Year -  followed her success at international level with a string of fine performances for club Glentoran in August.

Joely played for the Glens in the Women’s Champions League and scored an impressive brace in a 4-0 derby victory over Linfield Ladies in the Danske Bank Premiership.

August Award for Mick

Sun, 18/09/2022 - 12:38

Mick McDermott has been named NIFL Manager of the Month for August.

The Glens drew with Larne and defeated Crusaders, Dungannon Swifts and Portadown to finish the month unbeaten.

McDermott said: “After a disappointing end to last season, we needed a good start to this season.

“Some people might say we haven’t played the top teams, because that’s people’s nature unfortunately, but I don’t look at it that way.

Glentoran 1-0 Coleraine

Sat, 17/09/2022 - 18:55

Glentoran remain top of the Danske Bank Premiership after a 1-nil victory over Coleraine this afternoon at the Bet McLean Oval.

Prior to kick-off there was a minute’s silence held to mark the passing of Her Late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II; a minute impeccably observed by everyone in the stadium.

Ballyclare Comrades 0-7 Glentoran Women

Fri, 16/09/2022 - 22:55

Holders Glentoran Women comfortably progressed into the semi-final of the Electric Ireland Women’s Challenge Cup this evening with a comprehensive victory at Dixon Park.

In a match dominated by Glentoran, the first half hour was a series of missed chances but finally on the 30th minute Jen McDade opened the scoring with a rasping drive from the edge of the box. This was followed 5 mins later by Kerry Beattie making it two and her international teammate Caragh Hamilton gave the Glens a 3-0 half time lead following a fast-paced dribble and shot in the 44th minute.

Tomorrow's Gazette

Fri, 16/09/2022 - 09:24

Comeback king Luke McCullough talks exclusively to Matthew Brown about his imminent return to action in Saturday’s 40-page Glentoran Gazette. It’s news Mick McDermott is excited about while the manager also reflects on some great goals and a good performance last Tuesday night. Johnny McNabb introduces the new faces at the Coleraine Showgrounds and details Oran Kearney’s team’s excellent run of form ahead of a mouthwatering top of the table clash with the Bannsiders.

Glentoran 7-0 Institute

Wed, 14/09/2022 - 00:44

Glentoran secured their biggest win since September 2011 with this comprehensive victory in the Bet McLean League Cup. With no fewer than six players on the scoresheet.

Mick McDermott made eight changes to last week’s starting line-up v Lisburn Distiller, perhaps most significantly the return of skipper Marcus Kane after the injury he recently picked up against Newry City. Recent signing 18-year-old Terry Devlin retained his place in centre midfield while Mal Smith was injured for this one.

Tonight's Gazette

Tue, 13/09/2022 - 11:10

GFC1882 Chairman Colin Jess pays tribute following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II in the Glentoran Gazette for tonight’s Bet McLean League Cup tie.  Elsewhere in this 16 page midweek edition John Grayden looks at changes in the lower tiers of the local game, there’s a look back in words and pictures at our County Antrim Shield victory over Lisburn Distillery plus reflections on that game from manager Mick McDermott, a look at our visitors Institute and the 1923 Committee query whether the ticketing system for away games is really fit for purpose.