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Latest News 25 February 2020

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The police will feel disappointed in their last two games, disappointed that they are certainly playing a lot better however, gained no points for doing so.
The difference between the two teams at the Welders was clear - take your chances and there's a possibility that you'll finish the match with three points, this is what the Welders did, the police didn't. On a plus side it was great to see Jonny Courtney playing again after a long injury.
On Saturday we set off for Ballinamallard stopping off for a light lunch in the Killyhevlin hotel. Confidence should be reasonably high given recent performances, we may have lost the week before but definitely playing better. The police shocked the Mallards when they took an early lead but this was cut short when the Mallards quickly equalised.  
The match report will cover the game in which the police will feel deflated having been 4-3 up with minutes to go and lose 6-4.
Individual errors cost and they did against the Mallards - football is about ability, confidence and belief and this young group of players certainly have the ability, but it's combining all three!
Next up is an away match with Knockbreda who sit bottom of the table. Knockbreda are fighting for their lives and will certainly be really difficult to break down. We too are fighting for our lives and should travel to Breda Park in the belief that we can leave with all three points. 

Lets do this!!

Onwards and Upwards,
Ken Green,
Chairman.