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Latest News 09 October 2019

The police left Tillysburn very disappointed after drawing 2-2 with the Welders. After a slow start in the first half, the police really took the game to the Welders in the second half and really should have left with all three points.
Next up was Championship favourites, Portadown at the Dub - this was a match that the police controlled, especially after the half hour when the Ports were reduced to ten men - a short time later the police should have been awarded a penalty and the Ports reduced to nine men! With most of the possession the police didn't really threaten the 6'5 keeper until they conceeded in the eighty eigth minute - a point may have been a fair result but to lose the match was really hard to take - on the positive side, we dominated the match which proves that they can be a match for anyone.
Next up was the Mallards - great to see so many retired police at the match and some really old friends from so many years's back - as for the match, the right team left the Dub with all three points - the police will feel disappointed in that they never really threatened the away goal but sometimes in football that happens.
Next up is an away trip to Knockbreda - always a difficult fixture and one that the police will be looking to win!

The Under 20's narrowly lost against Bangor on Saturday at the Dub and should take a lot from a match in which Bangor fielded five senior players - with no match this Saturday manager, Nikki Buchannan and the team will have a team building day at Newforge with a bite to eat!

Onwards and Upwards,
Ken Green,
Chairman.