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Latest News 12 March 2018

We all knew that we would face our toughest test as we travelled to Inver Park to play in form Larne. Larne who have invested heavily, boast a team full of premier league players but at the end of the match one would have been forgiven for thinking it was the police who had such players. To leave Larne with a share of the spoils shows that this police team is getting back its self belief. A big shout out to Charlie Martin, from the under 20's who scored a goal any senior player would have been proud of!!
Our next match away to Knockbreda was postponed due to the beast from the east.

Next up was Dergview, at Newforge who had won their last two games and were closing in on the police. This match got the go ahead after some really, really hard work from the committee who worked tirelessly for two hours to clear water from the pitch. The pitch cut up but credit to both sides as they tried to play football. With the police taking the lead in the first minute to missing a penalty on the hour to equalise, this wasn't a match for the faint hearted. Credit to the police as they took control of the match in the second half. A few excellent tactical decisions from management saw the police push forward and equaling and scoring the winner in injury time - a massive three points!! with great celebrations!!
Since the split the team have played four matches - two away points with six taken at home!!

Next up is Limavady at Newforge. This will be another big test, as like us, every team is fighting for survival. That said - confidence is on the up and if the police continue this rich vein of form then I am confident that we can claim all three points.
The Under 20's match was postponed.

Onwards and upwards,
Ken Green,