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Whites boss Kincaid is recovering after scare

Lisburn Distillery have confirmed the good news that their manager Tommy Kincaid is on the mend after his health scare.

The former Glenavon and Ards boss has been released from hospital after tests revealed that he didn't suffer a heart attack as first feared.

News of Kincaid's admission to hospital led to several get well messages from the Irish League community including former Donegal Celtic and Rangers boss Stephen Small who stated: "Best wishes to Tommy Kincaid and hopes for a full and speedy recovery. Football in perspective again."

Lisburn Distillery issued a statement confirming their manager is making progress.

The club stated: "Tommy will return to his role as manager of Lisburn Distillery in due course but, in the meantime, has asked us to pass on his thanks to everyone who has wished him well over the last week and also to express his gratitude to the staff at the Ulster Hospital for their care of him since his hospitalisation.

"Andy Harwood will continue to look after first team affairs until Tommy is able to return and we would ask at this time that the privacy of Tommy and his family circle continues to be respected."

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