Q Radio Sport
Glentoran greats Gary Smyth and Paul Leeman are set to be confirmed on Thursday night as members of the club's new management team.
The former centre-backs enjoyed successful playing careers during the glory days at the Oval.
Smyth yesterday quit as boss of Championship club Harland and Wolff Welders and is expected to sign a three-year contract with the Glens.
Things are also looking up for the Glentoran women's team - they beat visiting Derry City 5-1 on Wednesday night to record their first league win of the season.
Linfield Ladies are back on top of the table after a 6-3 win away to Cliftonville.
Crusaders Strikers slipped to second after drawing 1-1 with third-placed Sion Swifts at Seaview.
Aimee Mackin put Sion in front but another of the ex-Newry City Ladies players on view, Celine Curtis, equalised.
Former Newry teammates Grace Murray and Siofra Doyle of Crusaders with Sion's Aimee Mackin and Moya Feehan.
.@LinfieldLadies back on top after 6-3 win @CVilleLadiesFC & closest rivals @CruesStrikers & @SionSwiftsLFC share spoils. “Exciting season, could go to the wire, players spread across top teams, credit to the league.” @Grace_Mur & @AimeeMackin assess #DanskeWomensPrem so far... pic.twitter.com/Ww7nxH9KYR— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) May 23, 2018