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IRISH LEAGUE: Shoot-to-thrill call from Glenavon boss Hamilton

Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton is encouraging an extension of the attacking approach that proved so successful on Saturday at Solitude.

Waringstown's Greg Thompson. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

CRICKET: Waringstown, Lurgan, Donaghcloney Mill and Victoria ready for opening tests

Greg Thompson is counting on increased squad depth to provide the key to consistency for a Waringstown challenge on multiple fronts.

Kyle Neill. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

IRISH LEAGUE: Neill stepping down - but not out

Kyle Neill will walk away from top-flight football this summer - but is refusing to hang up his boots.

Dollingstown manager Stephen Uprichard.

MID-ULSTER LEAGUE: Dollingstown cleared of player eligibility problem

Mid-Ulster Football League officials have dismissed a player eligibility issue connected to Dollingstown.

FOOTBALL: Irish FA announce licence verdicts

FOOTBALL: Irish FA announce licence verdicts

The Irish FA have announced the verdict on their Club Licensing applications.

Linfield's Chris Casement celebrates with fans at the final whistle after Saturday's win over Coleraine

IRISH LEAGUE: 20 of the best photos from the weekend

The battle for the Gibson Cup is going to the wire with Linfield edging two points clear of long-time front-runners Crusaders ahead of the final day.

Celebration time for Glenavon's Andy McGrory against Cliftonville. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

IRISH LEAGUE: Glenavon on top as Cliftonville kick off life after Lyttle

Glenavon eased to three points at Solitude with a 3-1 win - as Cliftonville’s post-Gerard Lyttle era began with something of a whimper.

Gary Hamilton. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

IRISH LEAGUE: All eyes on European play-offs for Glenavon

Glenavon’s preparations for the European play-off process remains on course phsically and mentally insists manager Gary Hamilton.

Gerard Lyttle. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

Reds’ Lyttle looking to end with home lift

Cliftonville manager Gerard Lyttle is hoping for some home comfort to see out the season following away-day agony in 2017.

Linfield v Glenavon

10 of the best photos from last night's Irish League action

It was another dramatic night in the Irish League on Easter Tuesday as Crusaders preserved their lead at summit of the Danske Bank Premiership.
Linfield v Glenavon Danske Bank Premiership
Linfield's Aaron Burns scores a penalty  during this evenings game at Windsor park in Belfast
Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: Linfield stay point behind Crusaders after easing past Glenavon


Glenavon's Jordan Jenkins and Coleraine's David Kee.   Mandatory Credit Photo Lorcan Doherty /

IRISH LEAGUE: Draw specialists Glenavon finish with honours even against Coleraine

It was a case of déjà vu for Gary Hamilton and his Glenavon side when they took on Coleraine on Saturday.

Coleraine's Eoin Bradley and Glenavon's James Singleton.

IRISH LEAGUE: Honours even between Coleraine and Glenavon

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Oran Kearney. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

IRISH LEAGUE: Third place the priorty as Coleraine face Glenavon

Excitement in the Coleraine area is building with the Irish Cup final on the horizon but for Oran Kearney there is a bigger target in the sights.

Jordan Jenkins celebrates netting his first Premiership goal. Pic: Declan Roughan

IRISH LEAGUE: Is this teenager the answer to Glenavon’s scoring woes?

Gary Hamilton has had a problem this season - and the answer could have been right under his nose all along.

Glenavons Jordan Jenkins against Ballymena United

IRISH LEAGUE: Jordon Jenkins brace helps Glenavon see off Ballymena


Celebration time for James Singleton following his weekend goal. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

IRISH LEAGUE: Singleton’s focus on club and career moving forward

James Singleton’s progress in Irish League football has featured a string of highs and lows but the young defender insists his focus is only on moving forward rather than looking back.

James McLaughlin celebrates his late goal for Coleraine against Glenavon. Pic by PressEye.

IRISH CUP: Bannsiders book final spot

SUPER sub James McLaughlin came off the bench to book Coleraine's place in the Tennent's Irish Cup final.

Irish Cup semi-finals day

LIVE BLOG: Irish Cup semi-final day

It’s Irish Cup semi-final day and we’re live at both games as Dungannon face Linfield before Coleraine take on Glenavon.

� August 6th 2016, Danske Bank Premiership.
Glenavon v Carrick Rangers, Mourneview Park.
Glenavon's Guy Bates applauds the fans following Saturday's match at Mourneview.

IRISH CUP: It’s service before self for Bates

Guy Bates’ growing influence on the Glenavon side has been a welcome bonus in recent weeks but the striker considers personal plaudits second behind team progress.

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