Glenavon 2-3 Newry City BetMcLean League Cup, Round 3 Mourneview Park, Wednesday 23rd October 2019 Match Report by Calum Jones Glenavon suffered yet another disappointing League Cup exit on Wednesday night, losing 3-2 at home to Championship side Newry City in the third round. In a game that sparked into life in the second half, [...]
Two goals from Jordan Jenkins were not enough to see Glenavon through against Newry in tonight's Bet McLean League Cup Third Round tie. After Jenkins put Glenavon ahead 30 seconds into the second half Mark McCabe equalised four minutes later before Adam Foley put the visitors in front only for JJ to make it 2-2 minutes [...]
Glenavon host Newry City AFC in Wednesday evening's rearranged Bet McLean League Cup last-sixteen game, kick-off 7:45pm. Admission charges are Adults £8 and Concessions £5 and season tickets are not valid. Conor McCloskey in League Cup Round 2 action against Portstewart With his side facing three games in a week, for Gary Hamilton it [...]
Admission charges for our forthcoming BetMcLean League Cup game against Newry City on Wednesday night (kick off 7:45 pm) have been set at Adult £8 and Concession £5. Season Tickets are not valid for the game.
Should Glenavon beat Newry City in our postponed Bet McLean League Cup tie on Wednesday 23rd October we would then host Institute in a Quarter Final tie which will be played Tuesday 29th October.
As a result of international call-ups our BetMcLean League Cup tie against Newry City has been moved from the original designated date of Tuesday 8th October to Wednesday 23rd October. Kick off at Mourneview Park is 7:45pm.
We have been drawn at home to Newry City in the Third Round of the Bet McLean League Cup. The tie is scheduled for Tuesday 8th October with a 7:45pm kick off.
The BetMcLean League Cup Third Round draw will take place on Friday 30 August and will be streamed live on the NI Football League Facebook page at 1pm.
Glenavon 4-1 Portstewart BetMcLean League Cup Mourneview Park, Tuesday 27th August 2019 Match Report by Calum Jones Glenavon booked their place in the third round of the BetMcLean League Cup with a 4-1 victory over Portstewart at Mourneview Park on Tuesday night. The Premier Intermediate League side took a shock early lead when Ryan [...]
Glenavon recovered from the shock of going behind to a third minute penalty to lead 3-1 at half time with goals from Conor McCloskey, James Singleton and Andy Hall. Left back Patrick Burns provided the assists for all three goals. Paddy got on the scoresheet himself in the last minute when his corner went in off [...]