Gary Hamilton facing selection dilemma for cup clash

Glenavon's Robbie McDaid

Glenavon's Robbie McDaid

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Glenavon boss Gary Hamilton admits he faces a ‘selection headache’ ahead of Monday’s Irish Cup sixth round clash against Ballinamallard United a Ferney Park.

The former Northern Ireland international left a number of his ‘big hitters’ out of the Mid Ulster derby against rivals Mid Ulster, but after an enthralling 4-2 win, Hamilton is now faced with an embarrassment of riches.

Talisman striker Guy Bates was given ‘a rest’ along with William Murphy, Shane McCabe, Ciaran Martyn, Rhys Marshall, Brian McCaul and new kid on the block Robbie McDaid, who is poised for a move to cross-channel football.


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