Curtis Allen insists Glentoran can make the cut for Europe
Curtis Allen believes Glentoran are on their way to the top six.
Curtis Allen believes Glentoran are on their way to the top six.
Niall Currie wants his Ards side to shake off the unlucky loser tag and start tasting that winning feeling.
Glenavon goalkeeper Jonny Tuffey admitted that he owed teammate Greg Moorhouse a favour after Saturday's narrow win over Ards.
Ballymena United may have sneaked into third place after Saturday's impressive 4-2 win over Ards, but manager David Jeffrey's aim remains the same.
Portadown caretaker manager Vinny Arkins claimed that he did everything possible to determine whether or not Robert Garrett was eligible for Saturday's Danske Bank Premiership win over Ards.
Joe McKinney hit a double as Ards ended Ballymena United's defence of the Toals County Antrim Shield with a 2-1 victory at the Showgrounds. The frontman, who has enjoyed a superb debut season at senior level since stepping up from the Amateur League, scored in each half to send Niall Currie's side into the semi-finals.
Ards boss Niall Currie thought his side had shot themselves in the foot when Dungannon Swifts' Cormac Burke scored what looked to be a winning goal three minutes from the end on Saturday.
Gerard Lyttle admits he should be content with three points, two goals and a clean sheet - but insists he'll always strive for perfection.
Dungannon Swifts went goal crazy once again, smashing in six goals for the second game running.
Niall Currie believes Ards' Premiership progress has been hindered by their lack of discipline.
Ards boss Niall Currie believes Saturday's 3-1 win over Carrick Rangers demonstrates that his side are in it for the long-haul.
Even though Crusaders and Linfield are beginning to put their feet on the gas at the top of the table, Kirk Millar believes the Danske Bank Premiership will not develop into a two-horse race.
Ards winger Carl McComb says his side can keep silencing the critics and even spring a surprise against Linfield tomorrow.
Glentoran's Director of Football Roy Coyle says he can understand why the club's supporters are angry.
Jordan Owens may have stolen the points for Crusaders with a 93rd-minute winner, but Ards boss Niall Currie was proud of his team's performance.
Ards manager Niall Currie is facing an injury crisis ahead of tomorrow's game with Crusaders.
Niall Currie hopes to make hay while the sun shines before his secret weapons are discovered by all and sundry.
BUS companies in the north Down area anticipating an order for an open-top vehicle around the end of April have been told do stand down by Niall Currie.
Ross Arthurs is confident Ards can spring more surprises in the Danske Bank Premiership.
New boys Ards may be joint top of the Danske Bank Premiership but manager Niall Currie isn't getting carried away just yet. The Red and Blues have claimed seven points from their opening three games, beating Dungannon Swifts on Wednesday before an injury time goal...
Niall Currie says Ards' flying start to the new Danske Bank Premiership season has been overshadowed by a crippling casualty list.
Cliftonville manager Gerard Lyttle branded Saturday's display against Ards as unacceptable.
Former Glentoran goalkeeper Aaron Hogg is just one of Ards' 16 summer signings.
Ards manager Niall Currie dismissed any suggestions that fear has crept into his team.
Niall Currie is adamant that his team still have work to do before they can call themselves a Danske Bank Premiership side.
Full-back Greg Hall says Gary Warwick's Ards team-mates are determined to win the title for the hospitalised winger.
Ards’ top-flight return will be confirmed if they can overcome Knockbreda on Thursday evening. Niall Currie’s men maintained their four-point advantage at the top of Championship 1 with a 2-1 victory over Institute at the weekend and can secure the title with a game...
Ards maintained their five-point lead at the top of the Championship One table, claiming a point from a breathtaking 3-3 draw with second-placed H&W Welders.
Ards Football Club and Movilla High School are considering a partnership that could allow the exiled Championship One club to return to Newtownards.
Ards manager Niall Currie believes his boys can hold their heads high - but admitted they were well beaten in Saturday night's JBE League Cup final at Solitude.
The Ards Football Club story has everything. Everything, that is, apart from a happy ending... but the fight goes on.
Ross Arthurs has already been the scourge of Cliftonville in a Cup final and he's hoping lightning strikes twice in tomorrow evening's JBE League Cup decider at Solitude.
Ards captain James Cully insists he and his teammates have not been distracted by the possibility that tomorrow's Tennent's Irish Cup clash with Glentoran could be postponed.
Ards assistant manager John Bailie believes Danny McKee must continue to work hard if he is to succeed at Glentoran. Loanee McKee grabbed an injury-time winner as the Red & Blues overcame Bangor in Saturday's North Down derby but has been recalled by Glens boss Alan Kernaghan for the rest of the campaign.
Tillysburn will host the most important game of the Championship season so far this afternoon (2pm) as league leaders Harland & Wolff Welders face second-placed Ards.
Ards booked their place in the last four of the JBE League Cup thanks to a dramatic penalty shoot-out win over Premiership side Ballinamallard United.
Ards manager Niall Currie knows his team must find their best form if they are to reach the semi-finals of the League Cup for a second time in three seasons.
Ards put a difficult week behind them to beat Larne 2-1 and move into third place in Belfast Telegraph Championship 1.
Cliftonville may have landed their fourth League Cup on Saturday, but just a few short hours beforehand, their up-and-coming reserves sent an equally significant message to the rest of local football by dumping Ards out of the Intermediate Cup.
Glentoran defender Jay Magee was yesterday placed on the transfer list for disciplinary reasons.
Twenty eight years to the day after Ards last beat Glentoran at The Oval, the Red & Blues will return to east Belfast hoping to knock Eddie Patterson's men out of the Irish Cup.
Ards, Larne and Harland & Wolff Welders kept the pressure on league leaders Bangor with comfortable wins in Belfast Telegraph Championship 1.
Like a child on Christmas morning who had just got what he asked for, Lee Forsythe could hardly contain his excitement as he joined his Ards Rangers players and staff in their celebrations after beating Downpatrick 3-1 in Saturday's Border Cup final.
Ards are celebrating a good weekend after they defeated Bangor 3-2 in the North Down derby and secured the services of striker Shane Dolan.
Ards' performance may have been overshadowed by the efforts of their North Down rivals Bangor, but manager Niall Currie was delighted with his team's gutsy display in the County Antrim Shield semi-final.
Joe Gormley broke Ards' hearts with a winner less than 30 seconds from the end of extra-time to send Cliftonville into the final of the County Antrim Shield.
Ards boss Niall Currie wants to see his team 'show some backbone' in tonight's County Antrim Shield semi-final against Cliftonville.
With Bangor not in action, North Down rivals Ards will be aiming to eat into the Seasiders' lead at the top of the Championship. Ards face Donegal Celtic tomorrow at Clandeboye Park in the knowledge that a win would put them four points behind league leaders Bangor. The...
Peter Hutton believes his young Derry City team can use the hurt of yesterday's FAI Cup final to St Patrick's Athletic to achieve success in the future.
Ards reached the semi-finals of the County Antrim Shield for the first time in a decade with a comfortable win over Newington.
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