Revealed: Danske Bank Premiership fixtures - Champions Linfield start title defence against...
Champions Linfield will start their title defence against Carrick Rangers.
Champions Linfield will start their title defence against Carrick Rangers.
Glenavon star Joel Cooper is believed to be high on Sligo Rovers' most-wanted list.
Rhys Marshall believes Glenavon can hit the ground running next season after agreeing a three-year deal with the club.
James Singleton hopes Glenavon's big-game mentality reaps rich reward in tonight's Europa League play-off final.
Glenavon's Joel Cooper believes his team are in the best possible shape ahead of the money-spinning Europa League shoot-out with Ballymena United at the Warden Street Showgrounds on Friday night.
Despite home advantage, and finishing two places above Glenavon in the Danske Bank Premiership table, David Jeffrey insists that his Ballymena United side are underdogs going into this Friday evening's Europa League play-off final.
Ballymena United will take on Glenavon in the Europa League play-off final at the Showgrounds on Friday night.
Jonny Tuffey has called on his Glenavon team-mates to dig deep to hit the European jackpot this week. The Lurgan Blues are at Cliftonville tonight (7.45pm) in the Europa League play-off semi-final, with the winners taking on either Ballymena United or...
Glenn Ferguson and Roy Coyle have paid tribute to Glenavon legend Tony Scappaticci whose death at the age of 48 has shocked the Lurgan Blues and wider Irish league family.
Tony Scappaticci, taken too soon at the age of 48, will forever be remembered as a hero to a generation of Glenavon Football Club fans.
Tributes have been paid to Tony Scappaticci, the former Glenavon player, following his death.
Kyle Neill has confirmed he's quitting top flight football at the end of this season.
Jonny Tuffey is hopeful that Glenavon's big-game experience will hold them in good stead for the play-offs.
Linfield's winning run goes on, but the prize of top spot in the Danske Bank Premiership still eludes them.
Glenavon's teenage sensation Jordan Jenkins is hoping to produce more fireworks for the Lurgan Blues. The 17-year-old striker smashed in a brace on his first Danske Bank Premiership start last weekend as Ballymena United were swept aside 3-0.
Gary Hamilton threw striker Jordan Jenkins into the mix so he could 'have a look at him' on Saturday - and the young Glenavon striker certainly didn't disappoint.
Jonny Tuffey says he's hoping for another emotional end to the season with Glenavon after the tears flowed following last season's Irish Cup Final.
Jonny Tuffey has explained why he couldn't hold back the tears after Glenavon triumphed in last season's Irish Cup final.
Glenavon boss Gary Hamilton insists his team-talk will be easy ahead of tomorrow's Tennent's Irish Cup semi-final showdown with Coleraine at the Warden Street Showgrounds.
Flying winger Joel Cooper believes Glenavon usually reserve their best form for the 'business end' of the season.
Joel Cooper has admitted to suffering from something that even the top clubs and players have struggled with. Cooper scooped the main Young Player of the Year awards after an impressive first season in the top flight with Glenavon and also caught the eye of Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill.
On another day, all the talk would have focused on the virtuoso performance of man-of-the-match Joel Cooper.
Glenavon's Andy Hall believes form counts for nothing in a Mid Ulster derby - especially when there's a cherished Irish Cup semi-final spot up for grabs.
Glenavon remain in sixth place, six points ahead of Dungannon Swifts with just three games to go until the league splits, despite dropping points at Carrick Rangers.
Glentoran have a fight on their hands to keep defender Jay Magee at the club. The Belfast Telegraph understands that Glenavon and Ballymena United are chasing the centre-back's signature.
Glenavon have continued their rebuilding plans by handing new contracts to two players.
Armagh City goalkeeper John Connolly said referee Arnold Hunter admitted he'd made a huge error in allowing Glenavon's opening goal to stand on Saturday.
It is one of those horrible fixtures that must have managers tearing their hair out in clumps.
Veteran goalkeeper John Connolly has good reason to curse the Irish Cup but he's hoping for some rare knockout bliss this weekend.
If you type the words 'Brazilian', 'Ulster Fry', 'Cricket' and 'Lurgan' into your Google search, it would be a fair assumption that not too many responses would pop up.
Glenavon Football Club are mourning the passing of one of their 1950s heroes, Paddy Corr.
Glenavon new boy James Gray believes he can benefit from the 'Gary Hamilton factor' at Mourneview Park.
Goal machine Andrew Mitchell has promised Glenavon fans the best is yet to come from him after signing a pre-contract agreement with the Lurgan side yesterday.
Portadown manager Niall Currie has met with a new frustration on his mission impossible - a failure to capitalise on opponents being shown red cards.
Ballinamallard United and Glenavon had to settle for a share of the spoils at Ferney Park as Gary Hamilton's late deflected effort earned the visitors a point.
Josh McIlwaine is gunning for more goals against Glenavon tonight in the Premiership's re-arranged match at Ferney Park, but this time he hopes there will be no arguments over who's on the scoresheet.
Andrew Waterworth admits Linfield have no margin for error in the title race.
Philip Gray was once the darling of the Northern Ireland faithful but it was another striking member of the family that was the hero for Glenavon on Saturday.
Goalkeeper Johnny Tuffey insists his team will be giving Portstewart the respect they deserve in tomorrow's Tennent's Irish Cup tie at Mourneview Park. Gary Hamilton's boys, who lifted the trophy last season following their win over Linfield in the final, approach...
Glenavon chairman Adrian Teer feels the club is being denied "natural justice" in the David Elebert elgibility case which has cost his club a league point.
Glenavon produced a stunning comeback to claim a remarkable Danske Bank Premiership victory at the Showgrounds. Greg Moorhouse scored a hat-trick to settle another extraordinary chapter in a fixture which has produced a bagful of goals in recent seasons.
Gary Hamilton will look to strengthen his attacking options after confirming that Eoin Bradley has rejoined Coleraine.
Glenavon's efforts to put a testing week behind them at the end of 2016 were rewarded with a point and a return to the top half of the table after a 2-2 draw against Cliftonville.
Glenavon and Cliftonville drew 2-2 following a tightly fought match on Friday.
Controversy engulfed Glenavon last night unveiled a new goalscoring hope in 24 year old former Northern Ireland underage player James Gray, from Southport.
Glenavon have announced the signing of striker James Gray (24) from Southport.
A New Year is about to dawn but it's the same old Irish League pantomime with yet another eligibility row exploding in predictable fashion.
Portadown fans paid their own unique tribute to the late George Michael, but it was Glenavon who hit them with a late wham-my to rescue a point from the Mid-Ulster derby.
Glenavon chief Gary Hamilton insists his boys are ready for a Boxing Day showdown against rivals Portadown at Shamrock Park.
Paddy McCourt has a big call to make regarding his future in football after the curtain was brought down early on his short spell at Glenavon.
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