As Gary Hamilton prepares the squad for next Monday's Europa League Play-off semi-final away to Cliftonville, Glenavon will play Knockbreda in a friendly at Mourneview Park tomorrow night 7.30pm. Admission free.
Glenavon will play Championship side Knockbreda in a friendly at Mourneview Park on Tuesday night, kick off 7:30pm. Admission is free.
Supporters are asked to note our mid week friendly will now take place on Thursday evening with Banbridge Town providing the opposition. Kick off time and admission charges remain the same: 7.45pm and £5 Adult and £3 Concession.
[ngg_images source="galleries" container_ids="34" display_type="photocrati-nextgen_basic_slideshow" gallery_width="650" gallery_height="500" cycle_effect="fade" cycle_interval="6" show_thumbnail_link="1" thumbnail_link_text="[Show picture list]" order_by="sortorder" order_direction="ASC" returns="included" maximum_entity_count="500"] Photos by Maynard Collins A last-minute goal by Dundalk's James McGrath was all that separated the sides in a match that both managers described as a good workout for their respective teams. A strong wind, which Glenavon had at their [...]
League of Ireland champions Dundalk - undoubtedly the most high profile club north or south of the border in 2016 due to their European exploits - will play Glenavon at Mourneview Park on Monday night. The game is part of Dundalk’s build up to the new League of Ireland season which commences on 24 February. Update: [...]
As Glenavon's Dankse Bank Premiership game with Crusaders has been postponed, the Lurgan Blues will play a friendly game against Banbridge Town on Saturday morning in Banbridge, kick off 11:30am. Admission is £5 and £3 concession. Supporters please note: This weekend Banbridge Hockey Club is hosting round 1 of the European Hockey League at Havelock Park on the Lurgan [...]
Two further pre-season friendlies have been arranged: TUESDAY 26 JULY: Banbridge Town away ko 7.30pm WEDNESDAY 3 AUGUST: Ballyclare Comrades away ko 7.30pm
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 [...]