Glenavon is an Irish League football team based in Lurgan
Linfield will kick-off the defence of their Danske Bank Premiership title in the home comforts of Windsor Park when they host relegation play-off survivors Portadown on Saturday, August 13.
Glentoran manager Mick McDermott admits there will be extreme disappointment if his side finishes the season without a trophy or a European place but he has insisted the club is not in crisis.
Glentoran manager Mick McDermott praised his side's attacking corps after their 2-0 win over Glenavon at the BetMcLean Oval on Tuesday night which sets up a European shoot-out with Larne on Friday.
With the main gongs and trophies for the season done and dusted, it’s time for my annual review of how I feel each team performed over an absolutely superb year of top notch football and entertainment. It’s been great for the neutral and for that I would like to offer my congratulations to each of the 12 clubs who have contributed to making this such an exciting and nail-biting campaign.
Glenavon defender Danny Wallace believes they will fancy their chances against anyone in their European play-off after securing seventh place in the Danske Bank Premiership on Saturday afternoon.
Gary Hamilton has given his players a double incentive ahead of tomorrow’s mid-Ulster derby against Portadown at Mourneview Park – to win a third straight game against their rivals and confirm seventh place in the Premiership table.
Glenavon took a stranglehold on seventh place — and a possible European play-off spot — in the Danske Bank Premiership table with an 88th-minute winner from substitute Michael O’Connor, while the defeat leaves Carrick still in danger of dropping into the relegation play-off place.
Glenavon striker Matthew Fitzpatrick admits there will be no hiding place when Ballymena United visit Mourneview Park tomorrow — with both clubs eyeing up a European play-off spot.
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