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IRISH LEAGUE: No Swift move for Mitch - McAree

Dungannon Swifts boss Rodney McAree admits he is likely to face unwanted interest in star striker Andrew Mitchell next month.

Gary Hamilton gets sent off by referee M Smyth during todays game at Stangmore Park, Dungannon.

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Glenavon player/boss Hamilton handed six-game ban

Glenavon player boss Gary Hamilton has lost his appeal in relation to his sending off against Dungannon Swifts on September 17th and will now be banned for six games.

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Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton, will be hoping his side has a big support at Portadown, on Boxing Day.

IRISH LEAGUE: Boxing Day Mid-Ulster derby news

Glenavon supporters are asked to note the following with regard their forthcoming Boxing Day fixture away to Portadown.

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Cliftonville's Peter Burke in action against Glenavon

League cup: Andy McGrory hits two as Glenavon see off Cliftonville after extra-time

Andy McGrory grabbed a double as Glenavon saw off Cliftonville 3-2 after extra-time in their League Cup quarter-final clash.

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Glenavon's Greg Moorhouse was the hero at the Bangor Fuels Arena. Pic: Presseye

IRISH LEAGUE: Moorhouse fires Glenavon to action-packed win

Greg Moorhouse finished the day as Glenavon’s top scorer for the season as he earned a 1-0 win at Ards.

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Sean O'Neill was the hero again for Crusaders. Photograph by Stephen Hamilton/Presseye

IRISH LEAGUE: O’Neill the hero again for Crues

There was de ja vu for Crusaders goalkeeper Sean O’Neill as another last gasp penalty save earned his side a result on Tuesday evening.

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Linfield's Paul Smyth celebrates scoring the Blues' equaliser in the final minutes against Glenavon during Saturday's Danske Bank Premiership match at Mourneview Park.
 (Picture by Brian Little/Press Eye)

IRISH LEAGUE: Healy defends red card duo after Glenavon draw

Manager David Healy admitted he was on the verge of joining the Linfield fans to celebrate after young Paul Smyth hit a sensational late equaliser at Mourneview Park on Satruday.

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Referee Tim Marshall shows a red card to  Linfield's  Matthew Clarke against Glenavon during Saturday's Danske Bank Premiership match at Mourneview Park. (Picture by Brian Little/Press Eye)

Nine-Man Linfield claw back draw at Glenavon

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Cliftonville's Peter Burke in action during the game on October 29th 2016, Northern Ireland (Photo by Kevin Scott / Presseye)

IRISH LEAGUE: Lyttle happy as Cliftonville step it up

Gerard Lyttle was thrilled with Cliftonville’s response as his side stormed past Glenavon with a confident second-half display at Solitude.

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Cliftonville's Jason McGuinness scores in action during the game on October 29th 2016, Northern Ireland (Photo by Kevin Scott / Presseye)

IRISH LEAGUE: Second half goals gives Cliftonville the win over Glenavon

Cliftonville 3 Glenavon 0

Glenavons Eoin Bradley celebrates after scoring against Ballymena United

IRISH LEAGUE: Eoin Bradley at the double as Lurgan Blues see off Ballymena United

Glenavon striker Eoin Bradley was more relieved than anything after his double had helped his siden to a 5-0 win against Ballymena United at Mourneview Park on Saturday.

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Glenavon's Eoin Bradley
celebrates after scoring to make it 1-0

IRISH LEAGUE: Glenavon hit five past Ballymena United at Mourneview Park

Glenavon 5 Ballymena Utd 0

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James Singleton. Pic by PressEye Ltd

Singleton and Neill to play in friendly at Town

Glenavon’s fringe players will get some pitch time this weekend at Banbridge Town.

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Joel Cooper was on the end of a rash challenge by Brendan Shannon that earned the Portadown winger a red card. Photo by TONY HENDRON/

Glenavon edge derby win

The sight of Andy Hall on the ball must be a fine one for Glenavon’s forwards.

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Coleraine manager Oran Kearney.  Picture by Jonathan Porter/Press Eye

IRISH LEAGUE: Coleraine boss Oran Kearney challenges his players to deliver

Oran Kearney has challenged his Coleraine side to kick start another unbeaten run starting at home to Glenavon this Saturday.

Adam Lecky sunk Glenavon with a late penalty. Pic: Presseye

IRISH LEAGUE: Lecky lamps Glenavon in Mallards smash and grab

Ballinamallard’s season is fast turning into a spot-kick story.

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Glenavon's Eoin Bradley and Ciaran Martyn celebrate their side's opening goal which an 'OG' from Ards' David McAllister.

(Photographer : Matt Mackey / Press Eye)

McAllister own goal puts Lurgan Blues on top

David McAllister’s own goal on 17 minutes cost Ards an unbeaten start to the season and sole position at the top of the table as Glenavon moved level with the Danske Bank Premiership leaders.

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Glenavon boss Gary Hamilton

IRISH LEAGUE: Gary Hamilton ready for ‘massive test’ against league leaders Ards

Gary Hamilton has demanded a backlash from Glenavon following last week’s sorry malaise against Linfield.

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Sammy Clingan celebrates with goalscorer Sean Ward

IRISH LEAGUE: Linfield midfielder Sammy Clingan determined to make up for lost time

Linfield midfielder Sammy Clingan wants to be let loose on the Danske Bank Premiership this season.

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