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Lowry inks new deal

COLERAINE FC is pleased to confirm that Stephen Lowry has agreed a new one-year contract with the club…

The fresh terms will see the midfielder also be involved in a coaching capacity as and when needed.

The Limavady man is currently enjoying his second spell at The Showgrounds and has made 354 appearances for the club to date.

Lowry would suffer three separate injuries last season which curtailed his action on the pitch, however, he made good use of that time as he helped coach the playing squad throughout the campaign.

Speaking to, boss Oran Kearney believes the deal suits all parties ahead of the 2023/24 season.

“We are delighted to keep Stevie on board for the upcoming season,” he said.

“Stevie didn’t have a serious injury throughout his entire career and unfortunately he had three knocks last year which disrupted his playing time.

“Stevie didn’t want to go out like that which is understandable and we believe he has a lot to offer both on and off the pitch.

“We trusted him throughout the season when he was injured to take sessions and I know they were well enjoyed by the players.

“Stevie is someone I trust, he is very educational when it comes to the coaching side of things as he’s just completed his A Licence and we are pleased that he can do both roles.

“We see Stevie as someone who will majority be focused on playing but will have an input to training and sessions with a view to the future.”