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COLERAINE currently have three players out on loan and here’s a recap of how they got on during February…

Eamon Fyfe has linked-up again with former boss Niall Currie at Portadown whilst Lewis Tosh is currently embarking on a second successive loan at Limavady United.

Lee Harkin also completed a January deadline day move on loan to Moyola Park for the rest of the campaign.


Eamon played in all five of Portadown’s games in both the Playr-Fit Championship and Irish Cup.

Portadown would start the month with an Irish Cup win against Bangor, with Fyfe then being a used substitute in back-to-back games against Ballyclare Comrades as Portadown won one and drew the other in the Playr-Fit Championship.

Fyfe would then start as Portadown suffered a 4-0 home defeat to Newington and then would play all 90 minutes as Niall Currie’s men came from behind to Ballinamallard United.

March is set to be a busy month for the Ports as they host Cliftonville in the quarter-final of the Irish Cup and Linfield in the BetMcLean Cup final. They will also hope to maintain their push for promotion as they are 4th in the Championship table.

Total Apps: 35
Goals: 18


Lewis would play a part in all three of Limavady United’s fixtures throughout February.

Toshy would net in a 2-0 home win for the Roesiders against Warrenpoint Town in the Premier Intermediate and played all 90 minutes as United were knocked out of the Intermediate Cup by Queens University.

The left-sided player would find the back of the net again in the final game of the month in a 1-1 draw away at Portstewart.

Paul Owens’ side are currently top of the Premier Intermediate table ahead of the business end of the campaign.

Total Apps: 37
Goals: 13


Lee would join Moyola Park on the final day of the January transfer window in a loan deal until the end of the season.

The attacker would play his part as Kenny Shiels’ side suffered back-to-back defeats against Tobermore United and the PSNI in the Premier Intermediate.

However, Harkin would find the back of the net in the next two games as Moyola beat Dollingstown by a 3-1 scoreline and then a 1-0 success against Ballymacash Rangers.

Moyola Park are currently 12th in the Premier Intermediate standings.

Total Apps: 4
Goals: 2