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27 Sep 2022
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Glentoran striker Conor McMenamin collected his fourth senior international cap this evening as Northern Ireland lost to Greece in Athens.

The 27-year-old made a cameo appearance as a 77th minute substitute for Josh Magennis as Ian Baraclough's side concluded their UEFA Nations League campaign in the Stadio Georgios Kamaras.

However, it wasn't enough time for the Downpatrick man to help change the course of the game.

McMenamin made his debut as a second half substitute for Gavin Whyte back in June in the scoreless draw with Cyprus before playing the full 90 minutes against Kosovo just four days after that.

He then started again - once more against Cyprus - later that same week, before being replaced midway through the second half by Niall McGinn.