REDS MOURN MISSED CHANCES AS GLENAVON GO TOP OF PREMIER LEAGUE

Joe Gormley couldn't find the net for Cliftonville as Glenavon ran out 1-0 winners at Mourneview Park

Joe Gormley couldn’t find the net for Cliftonville as Glenavon ran out 1-0 winners at Mourneview Park

‘CHEERIO, CHEERIO, CHEERIO!’

That was the chant from jubilant Glenavon supporters to Cliftonville fans who brooded out of Mournview Park ahead of the final whistle.

Andy McGrory put the ball in the back of the net after Reds keeper Conor Devlin spilled a shot gifting a two-yard tap in.

It is now Cliftonville’s third defeat of the season.

But the Reds had chances for stirkers Liam Boyce and Joe Gormley and couldn’t put them away.

And the Glenavon win leapfrogs the Lurgan bluemen to the top of the Danske Bank Irish Premier League.

It is a major boost to Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton who brought himselft on as a sub at half time.

 

BALLINAMALLARD UTD 1 (Crawford 88) v LINFIELD 2 (Mulgrew 68, Waterworth 78)

COLERAINE 3 (Browne 40, Lowry 44, Jennings 68) v WARRENPOINT TOWN 2 (Hughes 48, Bagnall 59)

CRUSADERS 2 (McAllister 26, Caddell 82) v PORTADOWN 2 (Twigg 38, 79)

DUNGANNON SWIFTS 1 (Boyce 16) v ARDS 0

GLENAVON 1 (McGrory 75) v CLIFTONVILLE 0

GLENTORAN 0 v BALLYMENA UTD 0

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