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Trust and teamwork key to win

Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton considers Saturday’s 5-0 defeat of Ballymena United a testament to trust and teamwork.

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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James McLaughlin of Coleraine celebrates his goal against Linfield. Picture by Andrew Paton/Press Eye

IRISH LEAGUE: Squad proves its worth for Coleraine

Neil McCafferty believes Coleraine’s strength in depth is one of the main reasons behind their impressive start to the season.

Dwayne Kerr.

Hill Street ease home past St Matthew’s

Hill Street continued in their recent run of cup games in the second round of the Junior Cup against St Matthew’s and remained in the hat with an impressive 9-2 victory.

Aaron Duke on show for Dollingstown.

Dollingstown fall to first league defeat

Despite the torrential downpour on Saturday morning, Planter’s Park was still in excellent nick for this tough encounter.

James McLaughlincelebrates after scoring during today's game against Linfield at the Coleraine Showgrounds.
Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: McLaughlin earns Coleraine a point against Linfield

Coleraine 1 Linfield 1

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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Glenavon player/manager Gary Hamilton on the ball in last weekend's Danske Bank Premiership draw at Carrick Rangers.  Picture by Jonathan Porter/Press Eye

IRISH LEAGUE: Glenavon out to blunt Ballymena

Glenavon have struggled to turn possession into points in recent weeks but manager Gary Hamilton is expecting a test of his players’ defensive resilience to hold the key on Saturday.

YOUVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME . . . .   Gerard Doherty is shocked to be th eonly Derry City player named in 2016 Team of the Year.

DERRY CITY: Doherty ‘shocked’ at omission of City players from ‘Team of the Year’

GERARD DOHERTY says he’s ‘shocked’ to be the only Derry City player named in the 2016 PFAI ‘Team of the Year’ which was announced this week.

Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

IRISH LEAGUE: Hamilton backs Glenavon forwards

Gary Hamilton - one of the most respected strikers in the modern Irish League era - is calling on Glenavon’s attacking players to keep the faith.

Ballymena's Tony Kane celebrates after netting from the spot

FOOTBALL: Northern Ireland League Cup quarter final draw

Holders Cliftonville will travel to play Glenavon in the Northern Ireland League Cup quarter-finals on November 16.

Carrick's TJ Murray with Glenavon's Mark Sykes

IRISH LEAGUE: First point for Carrick new boss Aaron Callaghan in draw with Glenavon


James Singleton (right). Pic by PressEye Ltd.

Singleton boost for Glenavon

James Singleton took another significant step forward along his road to recovery with a spot on both the teamsheet and scoresheet in Saturday’s friendly win.

Peter Wright (right).

Hill Street ease home in cup final

Hill Street retained the Gerald Kennedy Cup on Friday when they saw off Rectory Rangers 3-1 in front of a bumper crowd at Annagh United.

James Singleton netted at Banbridge Town on Saturday as he continues his road to full fitness. Pic: Russell Pritchard / Presseye

Singleton scores as Glenavon beat Town 4-2 in friendly

The Irish Cup holders Glenavon visited Crystal Park for the second time this season in a friendly match on Saturday and left 4-2 victors.

Steve Davis tucks away his first half penalty, just reward for his starring role against San Marino. 
Photo by Brian Little/ Press Eye

OPINION: Lafferty’s the hero but Davis is the real master

Kyle Lafferty was reinstated to his rightful place last night - Northern Ireland’s goal-scoring hero.

Kyle Lafferty had a huge impact off the bench on Saturday evening. Photo by Kevin Scott  / Press Eye

NORTHERN IRELAND: ‘That was for you, boss’ says Lafferty

Northern Ireland’s Kyle Lafferty has paid tribute to his manager, in spite of being dropped to the bench this weekend.

Northern Ireland skipper Steve Davis celebrates scoring his first-half penalty on Saturday. 

Picture by Jonathan Porter/Press Eye

NORTHERN IRELAND: ‘Steve is my Captain Fantastic’

Northern Ireland skipper Steve Davis has the ability to play at the top end of the Premier League.

Northern Ireland react after Steven Davis scores a penalty

WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS: Reaction from Northern Ireland’s Steven Davis and Kyle Lafferty

Early reaction from Northern Ireland captain Steven Davis and double goalscorer Kyle Lafferty.

Steve Davis celebrates his first half penalty. Pic: Presseye.

WORLD CUP QUALIFIER: O’Neill team selection bears fruit

Michael O’Neill was confident he got his team selection spot on after tonight’s 4-0 win over San Marino.

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