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Release Date: 15/06/2012

GLENAVON FC has announced details of their pre-season fixtures and season ticket prices. The club is also looking for volunteers for a ground clean-up at Mourneview Park tomorrow (Saturday) and 23 June.

PRE SEASON FIXTURES:

  • Saturday 7 July - LARNE (A); 3pm
  • Tuesday 10 July - DROMARA VILLAGE (A); 7.30pm
  • Saturday 14 July / Sunday 15 July - Stena Tournament in Stranraer
  • Tuesday 17 July - BANGOR (A); 7pm
  • Wednesday 18 July - RATHFRILAND (A); 7.15pm
  • Saturday 21 July - MILLWALL (H); 3pm
  • Tuesday 24 July - ANNAGH UTD (A); 7.30pm
  • Wednesday 25 July - ARDS (A); 7.30pm: (to be played at Abbey Villa)
  • Saturday 28 July - home fixture TBC
  • Wednesday 1 August - DOLLINGSTOWN (A); 7.15pm
  • Saturday 4 August - away fixture (Dublin) TBC

 

Season Tickets Prices Held Again

 

For the fourth season in succession the cost of Glenavon season tickets will not show an increase on prices of the previous season!  Once again special provision is being made to cater for families and encourage schoolchildren next season with the continued availability of a Family Ticket which will cover up to three children under the age of 12.

 

Also, all young people under 17 can avail of a season ticket to Mourneview Park for just £40.

 

Ticket prices for the forthcoming 2012/13 season will be as follows:

  • Adult: £140
  • Senior Citizen/ladies: £ 70
  • Under 17: £ 40
  • Family Ticket:
  • 1 adult and maximum 3 children under 12: £160
  • 2 adults and maximum 3 children under 12: £200
  • Vice President: £500
  • Car Park: £100

For more information on ticket sales visit www.glenavonfc.com or contact the club on 028 38 322 472.

Tony Grant is Forced to Retire

 

Sadly Tony Grant has been forced to call a halt to his playing career following medical advice regarding a long-term back and groin problem that he has suffered from since 2005. Speaking from his home in Balbriggan, Tony explained that it has been one of the toughest decisions he has ever had to make: “I know I signed a new contract for next season and I am so disappointed and feel like I am letting the club down but, injury-wise, the pain is unbearable at the moment and my specialist and the physio have advised that I need to give up playing football. I had two injections and was due another but they only ease the pain and don’t cure the underlying problem which is a kind of arthritis in the pelvis that would only get worse if I kept on playing." Full Story

 

Volunteers Wanted for Ground Clean-up at Mourneview Park

 

Glenavon supporters young and old, male and female are being requested to come along to Mourneview Park on Saturday 16 June and Saturday 23 June to play their part in the annual ground sprucing operation. This is the time of the year when cleaning and repainting is required, weeds need to be uplifted etc as well as many other tasks to ensure the venue is looking at its best for the Millwall game on 21 July and the new Premiership season commencing on 11 August.

 

The work will be ongoing from 9.30am – 12.30pm on the next two Saturdays (16 and 23 June). Supporters are asked to bring along their own tools, e.g. paint brushes, clippers, spades, yard brushes and anything likely to be of use.

 

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