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A big thank you to all those fans who made the long trip tonight. Well rewarded with the 3 points and a great performance by Glenavon. 🙂

Joel Cooper runs to celebrate his goal in front of the travelling supporters. Picture by Trevor Lucy / Press Eye.

Joel Cooper runs to celebrate his goal in front of the travelling supporters. Picture by Trevor Lucy / Press Eye.

Joel Cooper scored early in the second half, feeding off a deft flick from Kevin Braniff before driving at the Mallards defence and firing a low shot past Alvin Rouse. That’s the youngster’s second goal since joining Glenavon.

Eoin Bradley put's Ballinamallard's Colm McLoughin under pressure in Wednesday night's game. Picture by Trevor Lucy / Press Eye.

Eoin Bradley put’s Ballinamallard’s Colm McLoughin under pressure in Wednesday night’s game. Picture by Trevor Lucy / Press Eye.

Andy McGrory starts in place of Andy Hall who picked up a knock in Saturday’s win against Dungannon Swifts in the only change for Glenavon.

Rhys Marshall keeps his eye on the ball as Ballinamallard's Michael McCrudden tries to get beyond him. Picture by Trevor Lucy / Press Eye.

Rhys Marshall keeps his eye on the ball as Ballinamallard’s Michael McCrudden tries to get beyond him. Picture by Trevor Lucy / Press Eye.

Glenavon: Tuffey, Dillon, Lindsay, Kilmartin, Marshall, Cooper, Bradley, McGrory, Buckley, Braniff, Singleton. SUBS: Neill (Cooper 85), Kelly, Patton, Hamilton (Braniff 88), Burns

Match Officials

Referee Assistant 1 Assistant 2 4th Official
Raymond Hetherington Jarlath McElholm Roy Beacom Damien Maguire