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

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 started five of Portadown’s six fixtures across three different competitions in March.

Portadown would start the month with a 2-0 defeat to Cliftonville in the Irish Cup quarter-final, before losing 3-1 in the final of the BetMcLean Cup final as Fyfe found the back of the net.

Niall Currie’s men would then win their next three Championship games with Fyfe in the side as the striker scored in victories against Ards and Bangor, as well as starting in the late 2-1 success at Institute.

Fyfe would miss out on the final game of the month as Portadown saw off the challenge of Knockbreda, meaning they won all four League fixtures since completing their Irish Cup and BetMcLean Cup commitments.

The Ports are only two points behind leaders Dundela as they aim to secure promotion back to the top flight.

Total Apps: 40
Goals: 21


Lewis would start in all six matches for Limavady United in the month of March.

The Roesiders would start the month with a 3-1 defeat away at Dollingstown, before drawing 1-1 away to Coagh United.

A 2-1 home win against Ballymacash Rangers would then be followed-up with a loss away to Armagh City via the same scoreline.

United would return to winning ways in the Premier Intermediate after beating Moyola Park, with Toshy scoring in the North-West Cup final against Institute as Paul Owens’ side would then go on to lift the trophy on penalties.

Limavady are currently top of the Premier Intermediate League by a single point ahead of Armagh City, having played a game less.

Total Apps: 43
Goals: 14


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 start in all four of Moyola’s fixtures in the Premier Intermediate League.

Kenny Shiels’ side would start the month with a heavy defeat to Lisburn Distillery but responded as Harkin scored in a 2-1 victory against Rathfriland Rangers.

Harkin’s goal wasn’t enough the week after as they fell to a 3-2 defeat to Limavady United but once again they got back on the winning trail as Lisburn Distillery were beaten 2-0.

Moyola Park are currently 12th in the Premier Intermediate standings as they aim to avoid relegation.

Total Apps: 8
Goals: 4