Glentoran boss Ronnie McFall has stepped down from his position with immediate effect, after the side’s run of 12 games without a win.Read the full story ›
Former Glentoran player Gary Smyth is joining the management team at Glentoran, as assistant to Ronnie McFall.Read the full story ›
Crusaders kept their title charge on course after getting the better of Glentoran in a six-goal affair at Seaview.Read the full story ›
- Dungannon Swifts 0-0 Glentoran
Glentoran dropped into the bottom half after a goalless draw with Dungannon at Stangmore Park.
Chris Hegarty missed a chance for the Swifts in the first half, with Glens striker Curtis Allen denied by the offside flag shortly after the break.
Dungannon remain in eight place.
- Warrenpoint 2-3 Glentoran
Glentoran clinched victory in a hard-fought game at Warrenpoint.
Glentoran took the lead just four minutes in.
Some slack home defending, allowed Dan Kelly in to net his first goal for the east Belfast club.
Just before the break, Gary Haveron's side doubled their advantage.
Tiernan McNicholl netted, after Elliott Morris made strong saves to deny Alan Davidson and Stephen Murray.
It was a sickening moment for Warrenpoint who had also struck the Glens woodwork through Jordan Dane.
The home side were then awarded a penalty after the Glentoran defence had been guilty of sitting too deep, inviting pressure.
However they couldn't take advantage, Murray's spot kick was saved by Glens keeper Elliott Morris.
But Glentoran didn't heed the warning signs and soon Warrenpoint were level.
Daniel Murray pulled one back, and just three minutes later it was 2-2, when Conall McGrandles, who had been provider for Murray's goal made it 2-2.
The game had another twist though, as Glentoran went back in front - Daniel Kelly rising above the defence to score with his head.
Glenavon moved to second spot in the Irish Premiership with a 3-1 win over Glentoran at the Oval on Tuesday night.Read the full story ›
Rory Donnelly netted a double as Cliftonville came away from Glentoran with all three points on Saturday.Read the full story ›
- Ards 0-1 Glentoran
Glentoran won a closely-fought match with Ards with an early goal.
Glentoran flew out of the blocks - Curtis Allen profiting from a long clearance from Elliott Morris.
Allen out-paced the Ards back four and lobbed the ball into the back of the net as the east Belfast men took the lead after just 50 seconds.
David McDaid went close to a second for Gary Haveron's side just before the break but the shot was saved by Ards goalkeeper Johnston.
McDaid almost scored the second, but his effort was cleared off the line.
Ards: Johnston, Byers, Taylor, Elebert, Glendinning, Frazer, Cherry, Hanley, Liggett, McComb, McAllister Subs: McMillen, Ruddy, Keke, Tommons, McLellan
Glentoran: Morris, Kane, Birney, Addis, Allen, Kerr, McNicholl, Knowles, Redman, McCawl, McDaid Subs; McMullan, Kelly, Delaney, Gordon, Smith
Glentoran missed the chance to end Coleraine's unbeaten start to the season on Saturday.Read the full story ›
Linfield enjoyed a 1-0 win over Belfast rivals Glentoran on Saturday at Windsor Park.Read the full story ›