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Halfers Draw - Extra Prize Winners

Mon, 03/09/2012 - 22:57

At last Saturday's game we'd an extra prize available for those purchasing a ticket from the Halfers draw. The East Belfast Arts Festival generously donated a pair of free tickets for the Big Top Festival on Saturday 8 September, headlined by Van Morrison. David Griffiths and his wife Dee were the lucky winners of the tickets for the event and are pictured here with Margaret Stewart who (along with her husband John) sells the tickets at each home game on behalf of the Glentoran Supporters Committee 1923. 

Glentoran 1-1 Linfield

Sat, 01/09/2012 - 17:17

 

It was honours even at the Oval this afternoon as a Billy Joe Burns equaliser cancelled out Andy Waterworth’s first half goal.  The windy conditions played their part, with the Glens taking the lead with the breeze at their backs and Linfield exerting more pressure after the break.

Young stars agree contract extensions

Sat, 01/09/2012 - 11:37

Glentoran FC are delighted to announce that Jim O'Hanlon, Calum Birney, John McGuigan and Martin Murray have all agreed two year extensions to their contracts.  More great news for Glentoran fans after the return of Stuart Elliott to the Oval yesterday.  Stuart will be re-introduced to the crowd before this afternoon's Danske Bank Premiership game against Linfield at the Oval this afternoon.

Statement from Glentoran FC

Fri, 31/08/2012 - 14:24

 

The Glentoran Partnership

On Tuesday morning, 28th August, The Glentoran Partnership was the subject of a "winding up" order initiated by Land & Property Services.

Whilst this is a matter of extreme regret, we wish to make it clear that this does not in any way affect the legal or financial status of Glentoran FC.

The Return of Stuart Elliott

Fri, 31/08/2012 - 12:41

Glentoran are delighted to announce the signing of Stuart Elliott on a 1 year contract, with the option of an extension.  The 34 year old, who played with distinction for both Motherwell and Hull City after leaving the Oval in 2000, returns home to where it all began having gained 36 international caps along the way.

More to follow tomorrow.

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