Three staying, two leaving for Glenavon

Three staying, two leaving for Glenavon

Andy Doyle (left) has agreed a one-year contract extension at Glenavon.

Michael Scott


Michael Scott


Robbie Garrett, Andrew Hall and Andrew Doyle are staying at Glenavon, the club has confirmed.

But striker Greg Moorhouse and defender Lee McNulty are heading for the Mourneview Park exit door.

Garrett, who was voted the club's Player of the Season, has signed a two-year extension while Doyle and Hall have agreed another year on top of their contracts.

“Robbie was excellent for us last season, as has been recognised by the supporters with Ribs winning the player of the year awards so I’m delighted that we’ve been able to keep him for a further two years,” Glenavon boss Gary Hamilton told the club website.

“Andy Hall did really well for us after coming back from injury, scoring some really important goals and creating quite a few for us as well, while Doyler played through the pain barrier for us during the season. I’m pleased that they have both signed on as well.”

Moorhouse is leaving after scoring 19 goals in 67 appearances for the club while McNulty, who joined the club from Dergview in January, played in a total of 10 games this season, including two as a sub.

“I’d like to wish both Greg and Lee well for the future and thank them as well for everything they have done for us,” added Hamilton.

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