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Deal: Rodney McComb of McComb's with players Bradley Morton, Chris Kingsberry, Ryan McBride and Distillery chairman Jim Greer

Deal: Rodney McComb of McComb's with players Bradley Morton, Chris Kingsberry, Ryan McBride and Distillery chairman Jim Greer

Deal: Rodney McComb of McComb's with players Bradley Morton, Chris Kingsberry, Ryan McBride and Distillery chairman Jim Greer

Lisburn Distillery are hoping that a new sponsorship deal will help drive them back towards the Premiership.

Relegated from the top flight at the end of last season, the Whites, who are unbeaten in their opening five Belfast Telegraph Championship games, have linked up with a different kind of coach to boost their bid to return to the top flight.

The club have secured a new sponsorship deal with McComb's Coach Travel, whose name will be emblazoned on their shirts for the remainder of this season.

"We have had a good working relationship in recent years with McComb's Coach Travel and I am delighted that they are our new official club sponsor," said Lisburn Distillery chairman Jim Greer.

And Distillery are now hoping that some of the talent that uses the services of their new sponsors will rub off on their players.

"We are already involved in football as the official coach company of the Irish Football Association and this new partnership will benefit both Lisburn Distillery and McComb's Coach Travel," said Rodney McComb, managing director of McComb's Coach Travel.

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