Lough Moss is the place to be tomorrow afternoon at 2pm for what promises to be the match of the season and one of the club’s most poignant moments.
Carryduff Colts seniors are unbeaten in the last 10 games and take on league leaders and champions Ballyvea who have not lost a league game in almost two seasons.
And just before kick off, the Newcastle Premier League has approved a minute’s applause for club icon, Stephen Milburn, who sadly passed away last week.
Manager Eamon Deeny said: “It would be a terrific boost to the lads and an even better tribute to Stevie if we could get a good crowd at the game. It will be a cracker and hopefully we can live up to Stevie’s mantra of playing the game the right way – while winning of course!
“We played Ballyvea at their place a few weeks ago and came within four minutes of beating them, eventually drawing 3-3 after leading 3-1. We aim to go one better this time. If we win it takes us to within four points of them and then it really is game on with regards to the Premier League title race with just four games to go.
“Please come along just before 2pm for the minute’s applause and get behind the boys and hopefully we can win it for Stevie, the club and ourselves.”