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Lee Lynch departs for Coleraine

We can confirm Lee Lynch has left the club to join Coleraine for an undisclosed fee.

The 30-year-old midfielder arrived at Inver Park in January 2019, after a spell with Sligo Rovers.

He went on to help the club clinch promotion from the Bluefin Sports Championship as well as two County Antrim Shields in his time at the club.

The Limerick-born player also played a significant role in last summer’s memorable run to the third qualifying of the Europa Conference League.

Manager Tiernan Lynch was quick to pay tribute to Lee on his departure.

He said: “I want to thank Lee for his commitment and professionalism during his time at Inver Park.

“He has been with us since our days in the Championship and help created some memorable occasions in the league, County Antrim Shield and Europe over the last three and a half years.

“When the offer came in from Coleraine it was something he wanted to explore and we respect that. We wish him well for everything going forward.”


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