Six of the boss
Ian Gregg, Wakehurst
The fact that we are still in the Championship is a triumph in itself.
That came in the first season I was in charge, in 2002. We were an Amateur League side then, and lost 12-1 to Linfield Swifts. It was a real debacle.
Best junior player ever?
Willard Reid. He played for Cullybackey and was full of artistry and skill.
Best one-liner heard at a match?
I heard the daughter of a local journalist say during one of our matches: “How can you get so much pleasure out of something that gives you so much pain?”
Talent is not enough. Persistence and determination is all.
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