IAN Parkhill has become the latest player to extend his stay at The Showgrounds…
The attacker has put pen-to-paper on a two-year deal that will see the Ballymoney man remain at the club until the end of the 2021-22 season.
‘Parky’ made his debut against Ballinamallard United in August 2014 and has made 231 appearances, scoring 28 times.
The 30-year-old was part of the Bannsiders’ squad that won the Irish Cup in 2018 and this year’s BetMcLean League Cup triumph.
Coleraine boss Oran Kearney told the club’s website that Parkhill’s versatility is ‘worth its weight in gold’ as the attacker prolonged his stay on the Ballycastle Road.
“Parky has played a major role in our recent success,” he said.
“Whilst we don’t have a massive squad in terms of numbers, we have a great squad in terms of depth and quality, which Ian is a part of.
“He is rarely injured, he can play different roles and his versatility is worth its weight in gold.
“He is in good shape, is as fit as a fiddle and the new contract is great for him as he doesn’t want to play football anywhere else.”