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GLENAVON 1 CRUSADERS 6: Crusaders open up five point gap at top of Danske Bank Premiership

Crusaders marched five points clear at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership on Tuesday night after a 6-1 demolition job of Glenavon at Mourneview Park.

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IN PICTURES: Action from Glenavon’s victory over Linfield

Third-placed Glenavon moved six points clear of Linfield in the Danske Bank Premiership tonight with a 2-0 win at Windsor Park.

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Eoin Bradley fires in an overhead kick against Glenavon at the Coleraine showgrounds. Photo Stephen Davison/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: Coleraine and Glenavon play out thrilling draw

Coleraine 1 Glenavon 1


Glenavon clinch Mid-Ulster Cup with victory over Newry

Three shots and three goals.

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Glenavon manager, Gary Hamilton was delighted with his side's victory at Windsor Park.

IRISH LEAGUE: Glenavon deserved to win by more - insists Gary Hamilton

Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton insisted his boys deserved to win by a greater margin as the Lurgan Blues were applauded off the pitch following victory over Linfield at Windsor Park.

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Linfield manager, David Healy admitted his side deserved to lose against Glenavon.

IRISH LEAGUE: David Healy admits Linfield were second best to Glenavon

LINFIELD boss, David Healy conceded his side were second best to a slick Glenavon outfit after a defensive horror show at Windsor Park on Saturday.

Glenavon Andrew Mitchell celebrates his goal against Linfield

IRISH LEAGUE: Glenavon close in on Europe as Blues suffer Windsor horror show

Linfield 2, Glenavon 3

All six Danske Bank Premiership games will now be played on the Friday night.  Photo by David Maginnis/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: Games rescheduled following NI friendly announcement

The Northern Ireland Football League have announced that all Danske Bank Premiership fixtures scheduled for Saturday 24 March will now be played on Friday 23 March (kick-off 7.45pm).

The week was dominated by Irish Cup action

IRISH LEAGUE QUIZ: The week that was ... were you paying attention?

The Irish Cup took centre stage for Irish League clubs this week and we're keen to know if you, the faithful fans, were paying attention.
Glentoran and Warrenpoint were locked at 0-0

Irish League matches abandoned in Storm Eleanor to be replayed

All three Dankse Bank Prmiership matches abandoned during Storm Eleanor are to be replayed, it has emerged.

Kyle Owens netted Ballymena's third goal as they came back to defeat third placed, Glenavon at Warden Street.

IRISH LEAGUE: Ballymena United back into sixth after comeback win over Glenavon

Ballymena United 3, Glenavon 1

Glenavon's Sammy Clingan scores  his second  penalty during Tuesday evening's game at the Oval. Photo Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

Clingan delighted with side’s character

Glenavon midfielder Sammy Clingan brought his goal tally to the season for six with his two late penalty kicks against Glentoran, but he was quick to praise his side’s character to bounce back from conceding an early goal.

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Glenavon's Sammy Clinghan celebrates after his second penalty put his side into a 3-1 lead at The Oval. �INPHO/Stephen Hamilton

IRISH LEAGUE: Sammy spot on for Glenavon

Sammy Clingan last night bagged a brace from the penalty spot to help Glenavon pocket three crucial Danske Bank Premiership points at The Oval.

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Josh Carson celebrates his goal against Glenavon at The Showgrounds back in September. Photo Kirth Ferris/Pacemaker Press

IRISH LEAGUE: Coleraine have all the qualities

Josh Carson believes Coleraine’s ability to grind out results will stand them in good stead this season.

Paul Millar (fourth left) with Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton, to his immediate left, launches the partnership before Saturday's game with Ballymena

Glenavon backs coach’s charity drive after son’s drugs death

Glenavon Football Club has been a source of tremendous support to coach Paul Millar who lost his son to a drug overdose in March this year.

Ex Candy Stripe, Josh Daniels celebrates his debut goal for Glenavon at Mourneview Park against Glentoran.

FOOTBALL: Josh Daniels loving life at Mourneview

JOSH DANIELS is loving life in the Irish League with his new club, Glenavon but he can’t help keeping a close eye on the fortunes of his hometown club.

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