Institute manager John Gregg hailed the performance both on and off the pitch of midfielder James Quigley as his side battled their way to a deserved point at Newry Showgrounds on Saturday.
Former Coleraine man Quigley, who played one game for his City opponents a few years ago, was the driving force behind ‘Stute’s comeback against a Newry side that could only be described as lacklustre.
“James Quigley probably turned a few heads when I signed him because a lot of people thought that he had maybe had his day,” said ‘Stute manager John Gregg (pictured).
“Having a player like Jamesy in your team who knows how to win a game of football is always good. I thought he was excellent with his attitude and the way he spoke to the players at half-time. James Quigley is going to be a player for me, I kid you not.
Gregg also hailed the goalscoring return of striker Ryan McCreadie at the weekend.
“McCreadie has been out injured for a while but he has worked hard and I’m delighted for him to get the goal.”