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In Memory 16 November 2017

Jimmy Black
JB, our late Chairman who passed away 4 year ago today.
Forever in our thoughts and greatly missed.

Latest News 14 November 2017

Well if we thought that we’d the monkey off our back we were mistaken! At Newforge we hosted the Comrades, obviously seeking to avenge their defeat in September and avenge it they did! There was some debate over the first goal – offside !! At 2-0 down we scored only for it to be ruled offside – this seemed to have an adverse effect on the police as the Comrades grew stronger. Overall we can’t complain as the Comrades fully deserved their victory – we move on.
On Saturday we travel to Dergview. I have said it over and over – there are no easy games in this league so we need a performance right across the pitch – we are certainly good enough now’s the time to show it.

Our Under 20 side were knocked out of the Toals County Antrim Junior Shield by Greenisland 11’s. Main talking point centred on the dismissal of one of our players - who was elbowed in the face with blood pouring out of his nose. The referee awarded a free kick against our player and he protested - end result, he was sent off. Despite being down to 10 men the team fought back and after 90 minutes the score was 4 - 4. Into extra time. Unfortunately the opposition scored twice to run out 6 - 4 winners. Still all to play for in the league.

On Thursday 9TH Nov in Exeter, the ‘Great Britain’ select team played France in an eliminator in which the winners qualify for the European Police Championships which will be held in Prague in June 2018.

The Great Britain team won 2-0 and thereby qualify.

The PSNI was represented with three players from the PSNI Football Club:- Constables Mark Anderson, Mark McCullagh and PSNI Captain, Scott McCrory – Scott is also Captain of the Great Britain team. The fourth player was former PSNI Footballer, Constable Stuart Hutchinson now playing for Ballinamallard in the premier league.
All four PSNI players played and as the manager said, ‘were an absolute credit’.
For four players to be selected to represent the PSNI is a tremendous honour and all deserve our many congratulations!!

Very well done,
Ken Green,