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Latest News 11 September 2017

Our home match against Portadown was a severe test for the police. The Ports flew at the police from the first whistle however, only went in at half time with one goal for their efforts as the result of a penalty which Jordan superbly saved but Ports scored on the rebound. The police changed their set-up after about 30 minutes and the Ports didn’t really have an answer. The second half saw the police equalise immediately and dominate the match resulting in Connolly making quite a few saves. This was a performance from a team full of confidence and ability and  should set the standard for the season ahead.
Next up was a trip to Limavady – a match totally dominated by the police in which we won 1-0  with a bullet of a header from Taylor – could have been five or six yet we could have conceded at the death – really need to convert these chances.
Last week we travelled to Lurgan Celtic. I don’t think anyone could have foreseen what was to happen. We played in bits but overall our free passing game wasn’t there – fortunately this very seldom happens.
This Saturday we welcome our friends from Castlederg – Dergview have had a difficult start to the season but will be out to right the wrongs. At Newforge the police are different gravy and I am confident that we can claim all three points.
The Under 20’s game on Saturday was postponed due to the unavailability of a Referee – both teams elected to play the match as a friendly.

Season tickets available from me
Adults £60.00.
Concession £40.00

Onwards and Upwards,
Ken Green,