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Latest News 16 October 2017

All from the club would like to send our Deepest Sympathies to Mark McCullagh on the passing of his father Sean. Our thoughts and prayers are with Mark and his family at this extremely sad time.

Ken Green,
Chairman.

Latest News 11 October 2017

On Saturday we travelled to Inver Park where we were introduced to Mr Kenny Bruce, the new investor in Larne FC. We should have known on our arrival at Inver park, as we were met by committee, all looking Spic & Span in their new three piece suits, recently returned from their committee meeting in New York!! that this was the start of something new for Larne. On the pitch their team were up for it however, it was the police who should have went ahead when Anderson pulled a great save from Devlin and was later thwarted by the crossbar. The match was won 2-1 in which Anderson scored a screamer for the police. That said it was the same old story in the second half – possession but no goal.
This week we have a timely break from league football as both the Police and the Welders have players called into the junior international set up, we wish them well. This should also give those with knocks that extra bit of time to recover.
On Thursday we host the British Police Select team at Newforge – kick off 3pm. This is a warm up match against a PSNI Select team for the up and coming eliminator against France in November, the winner of that match will travel to Praque to compete in the European Police Finals in June 2018. The PSNI have three players in the British team – Mark Anderson, Mark McCullagh and Captain Scott McCrory (also captain of the British police team). Also in the team is Stuarty Hutchinson.
The Under 20’s got back to winning ways on Saturday with a 4-3 victory over Larne Olympic – mind you having taken a 3 goal lead they nearly blew it but character shone through. On Saturday they face Lower Shankill in the Irish Junior Cup at the ‘Hammer’ this will be a big test for the boys but one I am sure they can win.

Onwards and hopefully upwards,
Ken Green,
Chairman.