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McKendry, Kelly & Randall all pen contract extensions

We are pleased to announce Conor McKendry, Graham Kelly and Mark Randall have each signed new contracts at the club.

Conor McKendry has signed a one year extension to keep him at the club until the end of the 2021/22 season, while both Graham and Mark have penned new two-year deals which see them stay at Inver Park until the end of 2022/23.

With each player coming into the final six months of their contracts, boss Tiernan Lynch moved quickly to keep them at Inver Park.

“We’re pleased to keep each of the players at the club and they all deserve their new deals,” he said.

“We see how hard they work in training every day and it’s a testament to their desire to get better.

“Conor has been unfortunate with an injury which has kept him out for most of this year, just as we were starting to see what he could do. However, he’s back into match situations now and starting to build up that sharpness.

“Graham has really taken his opportunity in the last month or so. He has shown a real willingness to learn and get better and he is reaping his rewards for that.

“We all know that Mark Randall is capable of and we have been seeing that on a consistent basis this season, after having the benefit of a year to adapt to the Irish League.”

Lynch’s men return to Danske Bank Premiership action next Saturday, 2nd January, as they host Ballymena United in a Behind Closed Doors game. A live stream will be free for all Season Ticket holders, with everyone else able to purchase access to the match here: 247.tv/niprem

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