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COLERAINE finished the season with three players out on loan and here’s a recap of how they got on during April…

Eamon Fyfe enjoyed the campaign with former boss Niall Currie at Portadown whilst Lewis Tosh is embarked 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 all five games for the Ports as they won promotion from the Championship into the top flight.

The striker would net twice in a win against Bangor, as well as scoring in a 3-1 success versus H&W Welders.

The Ports would also play out the month with a 4-2 loss to Annagh United, a 1-1 draw against Dundela and a 1-0 defeat to Institute to win the title by two points.

Eamon’s performances for the Ports meant he was named in the Championship Team of the Season.

Total Apps: 45
Goals: 24


Lewis would start in all five Premier Intermediate League matches for Limavady – who won the title and promotion into the Championship.

The Roesiders won all five of those contests against Queen’s University, Banbridge Town, Tobermore United, Lisburn Distillery and Coagh United.

Lewis would net against Banbridge Town and Tobermore United, with his performances meaning he was named in the Premier Intermediate League Team of the Season.

The success marked a treble for Paul Owens’ side who also won the North-West Cup and Craig Memorial Cup.

Total Apps: 48
Goals: 16


Lee would play in all five games for Moyola Park as the season ended for Kenny Shiels’ side.

Moyola would pick up wins against Portstewart and Warrenpoint Town but lost out to Armagh City, Tobermore United and Dollingstown.

Moyola managed to avoid any threat of relegation as they finished 11th in the table.

Total Apps: 13
Goals: 4