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Latest News 23 April 2018

The past two Saturday’s saw us face Knockbreda away then at home on Saturday. The first match was a dull affair in which nothing much really happened. This was unlike the police as up to then they had been playing really good football. Neither team took the game by the neck which saw the game finish a 2-2 draw. Satisfaction can be drawn that we maintained our unbeaten run. The second match at Newforge saw a similar game however, the police were more in control. A great strike from Dale took all three points for the police. Our final game is away to Dergview, always a difficult venue and especially given that Dergview need to win to survive – however this depends on Knockbreda losing at home to Limavady.

With Championship football established again for next season, Colly and Phil will be keen to ensure that their squad remain together, and will most certainly add to it.

The Under 20’s having won their last three matches travelled to Solitude in the George Wilson Cup to take on Cliftonville Olympic, who sit top of their league. Always was going to be their toughest test of the season and it proved just that. Sometimes it’s about taking in the experience of playing in these matches and most importantly, learn from them. Next up is a home match against Newington followed by an away trip to Larne Olympic – let’s get back to winning ways.

The annual awards dinner is on Saturday 12th May at Newforge at 7pm – if you’re interested in attending then please let Ronnie know asap.

Finally, many congratulations to Scotty, Mark McC, Mark A and Lukasz along with Stuarty and Stevie who have all been selected for the British police team which will compete in the European Police Championships in Prague.

Onwards and upwards,
Ken Green,