The Moyola Park AFC Co-operative Insurance Football Skills Development Centre finished on Saturday 17th October 2009 with a shoot out for all.

A total of thirty nine boys and girls ended the year in style with games and also an inflatable shoot out kindly lent to the centre from Larne Borough Council. The competition was fierce but two brothers came out of top. Reuben Bell took first place with 130 points and Jacob Bell finished second with 90 points. Then the four coaches stepped up to show the kids how it is done and failed to hit any of the targets much to the delight of the kids.

At the end the co-ordinator Keith Quigley thanked all those for attending and also Douglas, Graeme, Robert and Barbara for helping throughout the year and then he received a loud three cheers for his hard work, both winners were then presented with prizes and all boys and girls got a goodie bag.

For further information contact Co-ordinator, Keith Quigley on 07912761911 or by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it


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Monday, 29 March 2010

Moyola lose at home to the Police

Moyola welcomed the Police to the Mill Meadow on Saturday seeking to avenge the 1-0 defeat at Newforge earlier in the season.

The Police started the game off well and took the lead in the 3rd minute when a corner from the right found the unmarked Marks and he powered his header past the stranded McKibben.  The Police nearly doubled there lead in the 11th minute however a free kick from Greener came back of the cross bar.  The Police didn’t take long after this to double the advantage as in the 14th minute a long ball from Henry in the visiting goal was missed by the home defence and Arthur lobbed the ball over the advancing McKibben to the make the score 2-0. Moyola had there first chance of the game when a run from Mulholland resulted in him being fouled at the edge of the box, with the resulting free kick from Brown being hit straight at Henry. The last chance of the first half fell to the home side with a free kick from Stewart on the right being caught by Henry in the visiting goal.

The police started the second half off with a goal as in the 48th minute a free kick from Arthur was dropped by McKibben in the home goal and the ball rolled over the line to make the score 3-0.  Moyola got a lifeline back into the game in the 55th minute when Murray knocked the ball into an empty net after looking offside.  In the 60th minute Murray got his second when he fired past Henry after a throw from the right by Maybin was misplaced by O’Neill. The Police finished the scoring in the 84th minute when Philson in the home defence misplaced his header and the resulting cross was fired past McKibben by Arthur to claim his hatrick.

This was a poor performance from the home team and a game which they created very few chances. Mistakes again proved very costly and also to many players did not perform.

Moyola: McKibben, Lennox, Stewart, McQuillan, Philson, Pattison, Maybin, Crockett, Murray, Brown, Mulholland. Subs: McPeake, Simpson, Kelly

PSNI: Henry, Greener, Holden, O’Neill, McKnight, Brown, Hunter, Millar, Arthur, Marks, Jordon. Subs: Nelson, McWilliams, May, Mackle

Moyola’s next game is on Saturday 3rd April 2010 away to Knockbreda with a 3.00pm kick off.

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