Glenavon have been drawn against Harland and Wolff Welders in the third round of the League Cup. The Welders were drawn at home, however, because Tillysburn Park does not have floodlights, the game has been switched to Mourneview Park and will be played on Wednesday, October 12.
Glenavon welcome back Kyle Neill and Kevin Braniff from injury, but Paddy McCourt fails to make the squad. Mark Sykes, Joel Cooper and Rhys Marshall are both away on international duty, with Simon Kelly dropping to the bench with Kris Lindsay coming in, along with Andy Hall. The first chance falls to Tobermore inside the first [...]
Glenavon take on Tobermore United as the 'big boys' get involved in the League Cup on Tuesday night (Mourneview Park, 7.45pm). This game was originally scheduled to be played at Tobermore's Fortwilliam Park, but due to the ground's lack of floodlights it was moved to Lurgan. So it's a night under the Mourneview Park lights that [...]
**** The deadline for contacting the club if you wish to travel to Iceland has been extended to 10.30am tomorrow morning Friday 24th June***** The club are considering a proposal to travel by charter to our Europa League away tie. The plane leaving Belfast International at 9am Wednesday 29th June and returning from Reykjavik at 11.45pm [...]
Glenavon return to Iceland for the second time in three seasons to face KR Reykjavík in this season's UEFA Europa League. The 1st leg tie will be away on 30th June with the 2nd leg taking place at Mourneview Park on 7th July with a 7.45pm kick off. The winners of the tie will face Swiss side Grasshopper Club Zürich [...]
Glenavon played their second match in less than 24 hours yesterday with the visit of Welsh side and fellow Europa League entrants Lllandudno. Again the side was made up of a mixture of youth and experience. Joel Cooper who of course has just returned from his training stint at Euro 2016 with the Northern Ireland side [...]
In last night's friendly a young Glenavon side, with only four regular first team squad players in the starting XI, were defeated 2-0 by an impressive Derry City side. The best chance in the early part of the game actually fell to the home side but Player Manager Gary Hamilton saw his effort blocked. Later impressive [...]
Glenavon put in a resolute performance but were defeated by a strong Linfield side at Windsor Park. Gary Hamilton speaks with the Lurgan Mail's Gary Ellis after the match. Click to play the video Kevin Braniff, who was partnering Eoin Bradley up front, had the first opportunity on four minutes when his shot from [...]