James Lavery has booked us in for a night out in Lavery’s on Saturday 14th March. James has reserved the area upstairs where we had for our first night out back in October. It is booked from 6:30pm and we have ordered food, which the club will pay for, for 7:30pm.
There will be free entry to the night club for those who want to stay on.
Please note this is our final Lavery’s night out except for our presentation dinner in early May.
Lavery’s sponsorship is vital for our club’s financial well being and fairly soon we will be asking them to renew their support for next season.
Please make every effort to be there and show Lavery’s that we are prepared to keep our side of the sponsorship agreement.
Cochrane Corry cup
Well done to the Seconds on reaching the semi final of the Cochrane Corry cup by beating Portavogie by 5 goals to 1. Their semi-final game against Division 2A side Kelvin OB will be played at Seaview ko 7:30pm
Well done to the Olympic who have reached the semi-final of the Francis Cup. Opponents, time and place TBC
Firsts game falls foul to the weather
With the score at 1-1 , the firsts game against Sport & Leisure at Inver Park last Saturday was abandoned after 73 minutes due to an unplayable pitch. The NIFL management committee will decide on what action to take. Options are:- replay the game, play the remaining minutes or let the result stand.
Attention all student footballers playing at a high standard in Northern Ireland.
The World University Games is a fantastic competition for our elite student athletes to take part in and Ireland will be sending Men’s and Ladies Football teams to the next Games in South Korea July 2015. The competition takes place every two years, the last one having been in Kazan, Russia in July 2013.
Team Ireland will be made up of Irish students, north and south who are studying at Universities and Colleges in Ireland or in other parts of the world.
There will be 16 International teams in the Men’s Football competition. Team manager for the second time will be Dublin man, Danny Crowley, who will be hoping to see his side equal, or better, its best ever 5th place finish achieved last time out in Kazan in 2013.
The standard of competition is very high and Danny is keen to get the message about the competition out to any students playing at a high level in Northern Ireland, e.g. NIFL Premiership, Championship or top level Intermediate Football. A number of trial games will be held over the next few months before the 20 man squad is finalised.
It is important to note that players should register their interest by completing the registration forms on the Student Sport Ireland website (www.studentsport.ie). Two passport sized photographs are required and completed forms should be returned to Student Sport Ireland by 28th November.
This is a great opportunity and more information can be got from Danny Crowley at email@example.com, Denis Clarke at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Student Sport Ireland website (www.studentsport.ie).
Congratulations and best wishes for a most successful and enjoyable trip to Moldova with the N.I. Eastern regions team to Daniel Culbert. The team, managed by Harry McConkey, will play games against Ukraine, Spain and Moldova
Congratulations to our first team on winning team of the year at the recent Queens Sport blues awards. At the same event our manager Peter Thompson came runner up in the coach of the year category. Well done to everyone involved