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Latest News 03 February 2020

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With the window now closed the squad has certainly strengthened.
To those who have moved on we wish them well, and to the new faces a very, very warm welcome.
Glenn will be pleased with how the squad has reacted since he and Chris arrived. His first two fixtures against top six sides will have given him an idea of where this group of young players are.
A determined display away to Ards saw the police leave with a well derserved victory, this was truly a peformance in which every player played his part.
Next up Dundela - it's how you feel after that match that tells the story - to lose 1-0 and to go home feeling that, at the very least you deserved a draw, well that shows how far we as a team have improved in a short time.
On Saturday we travelled to Darragh park to re play our abandoned fixture from early December. Again a battling performance eventually saw the police leave with all three points, and deservedly so.

On Saturday we travel a short distance to face the Welders. The Welders have put together some really impressive results and will be another massive task for the police - can we continue to improve?

The U20's continued their unbeaten run with a 5-4 win over Bangor - next up for the 20's is Dundela U 20's - lets keep this going. It shows the importance of a quality run Under 20's development side when recently, four or five players have featured in the first team.

Many congrulations to Kyle McCleery in picking up the January player of the month award !!

Onwards and Upwards,
Ken Green,
Chairman.