Battle of the Blues

October 30, 2014

This Saturday Glenavon entertain Linfield at Mourneview Park kick off 3pm. Triangle clubroom opens at 1.45pm and will show 2nd half of Newcastle v Liverpool.

Find the joker jackpot still up for grabs, jackpot now sits at £880. Tickets £1


October 27, 2014

The club fully endorses the Glenavon FC mega draw which takes place each month over 10 months from January to October 2015. Members wishing to support this can purchase a ticket from the Treasurer price £100 or over 10 months at £10 a month. There is over £70,000 in prizes including a monthly sellers draw that if a member wins, a cash prize goes to the Triangle. This will be the only draw taking place at Mourneview over this period, and all money raised will be helping the manager continue to strengthen the team.

Ballymena away stopover

October 20, 2014

This Saturday is the first of our 2 annual stopovers for tea. Leaving Mourneview Park at the earlier time of 12.45pm, arriving Ballymena Rugby Club around 2pm for soup and sandwiches. After the game we return to Rugby Club till around 6pm then on to Tullyglass House Hotel for 6 course carvery. Leaving Ballymena around 8pm so back in Lurgan before 9.30pm. Total cost to members will be £10. Numbers taken on the day. Anyone wishing to go straight home after game we will try to arrange transport in another bus if available.

Christmas draw tickets

October 20, 2014

Xmas draw tickets will be distributed on our next home game v Linfield on 1st November. If any member feels they would like to sponsor a prize please contact the Treasurer.

Crusaders away

October 15, 2014

This Saturday Glenavon travel to take on Crusaders, kick off 3pm. Triangle bus will leave Mourneview Park at
1.30pm and Moira at 1.45pm.

Sad news: Billy Wilson

October 15, 2014

It is with regret to pass on news of the passing of Billy Wilson, a Triangle member since 1973. Billy’s funeral service is on Friday at 12 noon in St. Columba’s Church, Loughgall Road, Portadown.

Happy 65th birthday to us!!

October 13, 2014

The Triangle Glenavon Supporters Club celebrates its 65th birthday on Tuesday. The first meeting was held on 14th October 1949 with 19 members present, the nucleus being members of Lurgan Boys Club, winners of the Irish Junior Cup in 1946. These included their last surviving member Sam Brown (still attending games), as well as the late Noel Uprichard who served as Treasurer for over 50 years.

The motto of the Club is “WIN, LOSE OR DRAW”, representing the 3 sides to a triangle, hence the name. Indeed the motto has served the Club well over the years given the rollercoaster ride Glenavon FC has given its fans.

The Triangle is the largest of all the Glenavon Supporters Clubs with 130 members, and runs a bus to every away game. They have their own fully licensed Clubroom underneath the Geddis Stand at Mourneview Park, with all profits going to the parent club.

It is estimated that since inception, the Triangle has contributed around £300,000 to the Glenavon coffers, as well as around £40,000 to local charities.

The Triangle, as well as the other Glenavon Supporters Clubs, has seen an increase in membership over the past couple of season, due the revival of fortunes for Glenavon under manager Gary Hamilton. And it hopes that long may that continue!

Tuesday night League Cup

October 6, 2014

Tomorrow @Glenavon_FC again entertain @Glentoran this time in the @waspsolutions League cup KO 7.45pm. @TriangleGSC opens at 6.45pm

Battle of the Glens

October 3, 2014

Glenavon host Glentoran tomorrow to start a busy period which sees us play 3 home games in 6 days. Clubroom opens 1.45pm. Find the Joker jackpot stands at £860. We will show the Aston Villa v Man City game at 5.30pm.