Match Preview: Hibs
by Jonathan Mitchell

Match Preview: Hibs

Ladbrokes Championship HIBERNIAN versus MORTON Saturday 27 August 2016 Easter Road, Edinburgh Kick-off 3pm Match Preview Morton return to the scene of one of the most memorable victories in the club’s modern-day history when they travel to Easter Road to meet Neil Lennon’s Hibs tomorrow. Goals from Thomas O’Ware, Denny Johnstone and Ross Forbes saw…

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Sixty-nine-year-old ticket stub unearthed at Cappielow
by Jonathan Mitchell

Sixty-nine-year-old ticket stub unearthed at Cappielow

Renovation work at Cappielow recently turned up a relic from a bygone era in the form of a well-preserved match ticket stub – from 1947. The brief had fallen through the cracks between the wooden flooring of the main stand and survived there undisturbed until last term. Kitman Andy Bryan uncovered the antique and went…

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Supporters to design and select away strip
by Jonathan Mitchell

Supporters to design and select away strip

Morton supporters have been handed the opportunity to both design and select the team’s away kit for next season in an exciting new competition launched today. Following on from the fantastic success of the public vote that allowed fans to select our current pin-stripe home shirt, we have decided to ask the talented children of…

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Away fans guide: Easter Road

Away fans guide: Easter Road

Hibernian versus Morton Ladbrokes Championship Saturday 27 August 2016 | 3pm kick-off By John Malcolm The Morton support will be housed in the west side of the South Stand and enter Easter Road via turnstiles 5 & 6. Tickets will be on sale from a ticket pod outside the South Stand from 1pm, with a swipe entry…

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Strut your stuff at Cappielow – don’t miss out
by Jonathan Mitchell

Strut your stuff at Cappielow – don’t miss out

Morton fans have the unique opportunity to play on the hallowed Cappielow turf alongside club legends whilst raising funds to help produce the stars of the future – but bidding closes at 8pm tonight. The Greenock Morton Supporters’ Trust fans’ game, sponsored by McLellan and Bence and Vision, will take place at the ground here…

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It’s a rollover – the jackpot is now £3,000!

It’s a rollover – the jackpot is now £3,000!

It’s a rollover! There is no jackpot winner this week, so next week’s will be £3,000. There are THIRTEEN x 3 jackpot winners. Their agents are J. Wishart, The Gift Box, Chaplins, A. Hope x2, N. Gillespie, J. Campbell, R. McFarlane, standing order x2, A. Wylie, and McKechnie Jess. Please remember to check your ticket…

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Date & prices confirmed for Queen’s Park
by Jonathan Mitchell

Date & prices confirmed for Queen’s Park

The date and admission prices for our Irn-Bru Cup third round tie against Queen’s Park have been mutually agreed by the clubs. We travel to Hampden to face Gus MacPherson’s Spiders on Saturday 3 September and kick-off is 3pm. The match will be pay at the gate and prices are as follows: Adult: £12 Concession:…

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Kudus curses missed chances against the Sons
by Jonathan Mitchell

Kudus curses missed chances against the Sons

Morton striker Kudus Oyenuga was thrilled to open his Cappielow account on Saturday but couldn’t shake the disappointment that he didn’t score more. The 23-year-old was sent on as a sub with the Ton trailing 1-0 to Dumbarton following goalkeeper Derek Gaston’s first-half own goal and netted within two minutes of entering the field of…

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Match Report: Greenock Juniors 1-5 Morton XI
by Jonathan Mitchell

Match Report: Greenock Juniors 1-5 Morton XI

Greenock 1 – 5 Morton                                                             Patton (63)    McAleer (44, 45+1), Mitchell (48)                                                                       McWilliams O.G. (69), Langan (71)   A Morton XI made up of a mix of first-team players, development squad starlets and a trialist midfielder ran out comfortable 5-1 winners in a friendly against…

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Jim Duffy: We were fortunate to draw with Dumbarton
by Jonathan Mitchell

Jim Duffy: We were fortunate to draw with Dumbarton

Disappointed Morton manager Jim Duffy said yesterday’s 1-1 draw with Dumbarton was as poor a performance as his team had produced in a long time and admitted they were fortunate to take a point from the match. A Derek Gaston own goal gave the Sons a deserved lead after 27 minutes, but Ton striker Kudus…

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