Gary Hamilton has almost a full squad to choose from for tomorrow’s visit of one of the form teams in the league. Barring himself (groin) and Ciaran Martyn who has a tight hamstring following Tuesday night’s match on the heavy pitch at Coleraine, everyone is fit.
“Warrenpoint is the form team at the moment; apart from Crusaders they’ve probably the best record over the last number of games. They’re doing well and scoring goals and even though we’ve got the results against them in the previous games, we’ve never had an easy game against them,” Gary told us on Friday. “We have to get on top of them from the off and try to get the first goal then hopefully we can get a second. We haven’t kept too many clean sheets this season but very few teams have kept us out so we know we’ll score goals.”
In fact Barry Gray’s team have only lost once in the last nine games in all competitions and they’ve picked up 8 points in their last five league games. Glenavon has actually bettered that with 11 points from the last five games, a record only topped by league leaders Crusaders who have won the last seven league games.
All in all, it should be an exciting game with plenty of goals!
Two of our Supporters Clubs are providing sponsorship for tomorrow’s game: the William Walker SC are the match sponsors and the City of Armagh SC are sponsoring the ball. The Glenavon Man of the Match award is sponsored by the Mace in Waringstown.
|Match Sponsor||Ball Sponsor||Man of the Match|
|William Walker GSC||City of Armagh Supporters Club||Mace Waringstown|
|Referee||Assistant 1||Assistant 2||4th Official|
|Evan Boyce||Kristian Hanna||Paul Berry||Colin Burns|