Triangle GSC Awards

Triangle GSC Treasurer Ralph Hewitt presents a cheque to Glenavon FC Treasurer Frazer Follis for £13,000, bringing the Triangle’s donation to Glenavon for the season to just over £17,000. Also included are Claire Hall (Triangle Secretary), Jimmy Lindsay (Triangle Chairman) and Adrian Teer (Glenavon FC Chairman)

Lenny Moles of the Triangle Glenavon Supporters Club presents a cheque for £1,500 to their nominated charity for the season Hope House. Also included are Ian Hall and Lyn Moles

Triangle GSC Chairman Jimmy Lindsay presents Rhys Marshall with the Glenavon Player of the Year award. Also included are Maurice Turkington (Vice Chairman), Claire Hall (Secretary) and Ralph Hewitt (Treasurer).

Gary Hamilton receives the Triangle GSC Young Player of the Year award on behalf of Caolan Marron from Vice Chairman Maurice Turkington. Looking on are Claire Hall (secretary), Jimmy Lindsay (Chairman) and Ralph Hewitt (Treasurer)

Charity Football Match

On Tuesday 9th May, two local youth focused charities will go head to head at Mourneview Park to raise much needed funds to support their work in the local community.

The match between Aspire NI and Reach Mentoring will kick of at 7.30pm. Both teams are trying to secure top quality teams with some Irish League stars past and present included.  Admission is £5 with all proceeds split between the two groups.