News – GB – NIFL Premiership RECAP win as Glentoran late in Windsor


Glentoran sealed a massive Big Two win at Windsor Park on Tuesday night courtesy of Rory Donnelly’s added-time winner

It brings the Glens to 12 points ahead of the Blues in the NIFL Premiership and they have two games in their hands

It’s also the first time this season that Mick McDermott’s team has won three straight wins

Linfield hit the wood through Joel Cooper’s cross, while Ciaran O’Connor on the other end was knocked down by Chris Johns and the crossbar

Meanwhile, Cliftonville won with a 2-1 win over Ballymena United – Ryan Curran and Paul O’Neill – with the Reds’ goals on either side from Shay McCartan’s equalizer

Coleraine made it 11 games unbeaten with a 2-0 win over Carrick Rangers – Curtis Allen scored both goals

For Tuesday afternoons and evenings, there is a weather warning with strong winds and heavy rain forecasts We will therefore keep an eye on this for possible shifts

Joel Cooper hit the crossbar with a cross, while Glens keeper Dayle Coleing Shayne Lavery well denied

Jordan Stewart shoots up close, but it goes straight to Dayle Coleing

Ryan Curran with a cool finish runs through the gate and cools past Ross Glendinning

Great run by Conor McCloskey and he executes a pass to Matthew Fitzpatrick, who slides his shot past Roy Carroll

Glenavon opened the gate after a brilliant attempt by Conor McCloskey, who shot home into the top corner

Good pressure from the Blues, and Jamie Mulgrew’s shot from about 12 yards is deflected into a corner

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News – GB – NIFL Premiership RECAP win late as Glentoran in Windsor
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