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SUPERCUPNI: English giants join local sides in Under-13 competition

One of England’s most prestigious academies will take on some of Northern Ireland’s best in the Minor U13 section at the 2018 Super Cup NI.

Crusaders manager Stephen Baxter. Pic by Pacemaker.

PREMIERSHIP: Stephen Baxter and Gary Hamilton both finish frustrated

It proved to be an afternoon of frustration for each manager on Saturday as Crusaders lost the lead to a late Glenavon goal at Seaview.

Paul Heatley celebrates breaking the deadlock at Seaview for Crusaders against Glenavon. Pic by PressEye Ltd.

PREMIERSHIP: Crusaders’ league lead cut as Glenavon battle back to level

Crusaders’ league lead at the head of the Danske Bank Premiership now stands on goal difference alone as Glenavon battled back to rescue a point that could prove a season-defining day in the title race for challengers Coleraine.

Linfield's Andrew Waterworth celebrates scoring a goal 'against Glenavon

IRISH LEAGUE Tuesday night action round-up

Linfield are level on points with Glenavon after a 3-2 last night.

Rangers will make a return to the SuperCupNI this year

SUPERCUPNI: Rangers make a return to youth tournament

Scottish giants Rangers will be returning to the SuperCupNI this summer.

Crusaders' Gavin Whyte on show for Northern Ireland under 21s against Spain. Pic by Pacemaker.

PREMIERSHIP: Gary Hamilton’s defence of Irish League player pathway into professional game

Glenavon boss Gary Hamilton has launched a passionate defence of the Irish League game as a pathway into professional football.

Dungannon manager Rodney McAree

STANGMORE PARK REACTION: Rodney McAree and Gary Hamilton share their views as Dungannon win 3-2 against Glenavon

Dungannon Swifts boss Rodney McAree was happy to see his side rally to eventually see off Glenavon by the odd goal in five on Friday night.

Harry McConkey. Pic by John McVitty.

PREMIERSHIP: Harry McConkey’s Ballinamallard United pick up a point in first game as Glenavon finish frustrated

Harry McConkey’s first fixture as Ballinamallard United boss since 2006 resulted in a well-earned point as Glenavon’s March misery extended to four home games this month without victory.


IN PICTURES: Shortlist for Ulster Footballer of the Year revealed

The shortlist for the Ulster Footballer of the Year award has been revealed.


VIDEO: Mark Sykes on his Glenavon goal and hard-earned point from Glentoran draw

Mark Sykes fired Glenavon into the lead on Saturday after just 90 seconds of play in the Danske Bank Premiership game with Glentoran.

Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton.

PREMIERSHIP: Honours even in thrilling draw between Glenavon and Glentoran

Glenavon and Glentoran produced a gripping 2-2 draw at Mourneview Park as goals in the opening and closing moments helped the hosts.

Crusaders Gavin Whyte celebrates after scoring a penalty against Glenavon

Glenavon v Crusaders: Reaction from the managers after Tuesday night’s Irish League match

Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton refused to criticise his players after last night’s 6-1 defeat to Crusaders in the Danske Bank Premiership at Mourneview Park.

Crusaders Jordan Owens celebrates after scoring against Glenavon

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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Glenavon assistant manager Paul Millar. Pic by INPHO.

GLENAVON: Poignant balloon launch marks first anniversary of Millar family tragedy

Against the backdrop of last weekend’s tireless work by Glenavon to secure play in the Irish Cup came a more personal and poignant reminder of the Mourneview Park football family.

Loughgall's Dean Smith after the win over Glenavon

IRISH CUP: Loughgall's Dean Smith and Dale Montgomery looking forward to semi-final draw

Loughgall manager Dean Smith said the club's famous Irish Cup win over Glenavon was recognition of the hard work and dedication of those behind the scenes at Lakeview Park.

A dejected Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton

IRISH CUP: Gary Hamilton says sorry to Glenavon fans after defeat to Loughgall

Gary Hamilton has apologised to the fans who helped clear snow off the pitch for his side’s performance in the 2-1 Irish Cup defeat to Loughgall.

Loughgall's Dale Montgomery celebrates scoring with team mates

IRISH CUP: Underdogs Loughgall into semi-finals after shock win at Glenavon

Loughgall proved that the drama and romance of the cup are alive and well as the Championship side shocked Mid-Ulster neighbours to deservedly secure a place in the Tennent’s Irish Cup semi-final.

pitch cleared of snow

FOOTBALL: Glenavon supporters rally to have Mourneview Park playable for Irish Cup tie

A magnificent effort from fans, official and the management at Glenavon has ensured Saturday's Tennents Irish Cup quarter-final tie against Loughgall goes ahead.

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