LARNE Football Club are delighted to announce that we will be supporting Larne Pride Festival 2019 on Saturday 17th August.

The event, hosted at Olderfleet Bar Larne, will be the first ever Pride Festival held in the East-Antrim area. As the day coincides with our important league game versus Ballymena United at Inver Park, our players will be wearing rainbow laces during the game, as a show of support to all races, religions and sexuality.

Local equality ambassador Chris McNaughten had the following to say, “it’s brilliant to have the support of Larne FC and it truly means so much for our community. The club, which is such a strong pillar within our town, is supporting and accepting everyone which sets a great example for others.”

Chairman, Gareth Clements also commented, “with the football club becoming a primary focal point of progress and all that is good in Larne, we believe it is important to show support for this event to celebrate diversity and inclusion within our town. It is important that we promote equality and inclusiveness in football as a valued part of our sporting fabric. We hope that the Pride Festival is a success and fully reflects the ‘no judgment or discrimination’ message the organisers are promoting.”

Everyone at Larne Football Club would like to wish Chris and his team good luck with their upcoming event and would urge the town to support them where possible.

#WeAreLarne #BeTheDifference

MIDFIELDER Lee Lynch has become the first addition to Tiernan Lynch’s squad ahead of the January transfer window.

The 27-year-old midfielder arrives at Inver Park, having spent the second half of last season at Sligo Rovers.

Lee arrives with an impressive list of honours from his time in the League of Ireland, including a First Division winners medal with Limerick in 2016, the 2014 FAI Presidents Cup with St Pats and the Premier Division title and FAI Cup with Sligo in 2012 and 2013.

Lee has also been capped for the Republic of Ireland at under-17, under-18 and under-19 level, having begun his career in England with West Brom.

Boss Tiernan Lynch was delighted to get the signature of the much sought after playmaker, following his departure from Rovers at the end of their season.

“We had to fight off two or three League of Ireland clubs, and at least one Premiership side in Northern Ireland was very interested in Lee,” the boss said.

“We brought him up here and showed him around and told him the plans for the club and the journey we are going on.

“Lee, like every other player we sign, had to fit the bill not only on the field but off it as well. He is a very good footballer and has a lot of experience behind him.”

Lee will be eligible to play once the transfer window opens and is raring to go, having trained with his new team-mates at Inver Park this week.

“I spoke with Kenny and Tiernan, and had a couple of options to go to other clubs once my contract had ended,” he said.

“I spoke to them numerous times and I decided this was the right club to be at. I’m excited to be here for the long term and I can’t wait to get going and see where it takes us.

“I’m here to help the squad and try to help the club get to where they want to go. Once you see the place and understand the plans it was a no-brainer to come.

“The team have been doing an amazing job so far, there’s still half a season to go, but everyone seems very focused, so I just want to come and help in whatever I can.”

Larne Football Club are excited to announce a unique new partnership with YouTube gamer Jack Peachman, commonly known as WorkTheSpace. WorkTheSpace is a YouTube channel run by Jack and is based on the game Football Manager. The channel has over 70,000 subscribers, with each video gaining thousands of views.

As many supporters may have seen, WorkTheSpace recently released a video which mentioned our club as one of the most interesting sides to play with in Football Manager 2019 [click here]. After the reaction to this, Jack has agreed to run a series dubbed ‘The Larne Project’ where he will manage our club in-game until the 2025 season. During the project, he will be tasked with meeting the targets outlined in our Aspire To Inspire document, as well as some self-imposed challenges regarding player recruitment.

Speaking of the partnership, WorkTheSpace said “it’s a great opportunity to partner up with Larne FC and bring the club’s vision to a global audience. The Aspire To Inspire project is something that I’ve spent a great deal of time familiarising myself with and I’m looking forward to showcasing it whilst managing the club in Football Manager. Hopefully over the course of the series Larne fans will be able to help me get to grips with Northern Irish football, as it’s a nation I’ve not managed in before in my 2 decades of playing Football Manager.”

The partnership, which is a first of its kind in Irish football, will allow supporters to gain a special insight into the proposed future plans of the club. We look forward to collaborating with WorkTheSpace during his series and promoting our brand on a global level. #RAWA #WeAreLarne #AspireToInspire

LARNE booked their place in the County Antrim Shield semi-finals with an impressive 3-1 win at home to Premiership side Arts.

The Invermen were three goals to the good after just 56 minutes following a blistering start to the game for Tiernan Lynch’s side. The visitors pulled one back on the hour mark and came back into the contest, but it was the Championship leaders who join Ballymena United, Linfield and Crusaders in Saturday’s draw.

Ards began the match on the front foot, but it was the home side who began to look more dangerous and had the best early chance, when Marty Donnelly picked up his own blocked free-kick on 14 minutes, to fired the rebound just over.

However, Michael Doughterty, making his second start of the season, had to be alert shortly afterwards to turn away Callum Buyers’ header.

Strong penalty appeals were waved away when Donnelly went down inside the box, but the deadlock was broken on 27 minutes through an excellent individual goal.

Ben Tilney picked the ball up just into the Ards half as the home side broke and, despite having options either side, he rifled his effort into the top corner from the edge of the box.

Nine minutes later, Larne doubled their lead with another goal of real quality on the break. Jeff Hughes sprayed the ball to the left to Donnelly and the winger delivered the ball into the onrushing David McDaid to slam home a volley on the side foot.

Mark Kelly missed an opportunity to reduce the arrears just before half-time as he hooked his effort over the bar.

There was little let up from the home side at the start of the second half, as Donnelly struck the top of the crossbar with a free-kick 20 yards out on 47 minutes.

The third goal arrived nine minutes into the second half though, as Donnelly did get his name on the scoresheet for the 15th time this season.

He received the ball in a deep position, run at the defence before turning inside and producing a curling left footed effort from 20 yards out.

A mistake on 62 minutes allowed the visitors back into as his short backless was eventually picked up by Kym Nelson and slammed home.

With seven minutes remaining substitute Jonny Frazer picked up on another mistake, and almost brought his back into it but dragged his low shot wide of the far post.

In the main though, the hosts regained composure to hold on for a victory which eases them into the last four as the only remaining club outside the top tier.

Larne: Doughterty, Sule, Ramsey (McEleney), Kelly, McDaid, Donnelly (Hassin), Stuart  (Scullion), Tilney, McNally, Cosgrove, Hughes

Unused subs: Devlin, Osei-Bonsu.

Ards: Johnston, Kerr, Byers, Taylor (McAleenan), M Kelly, McAllister (Strain), J Kelly, Mitchell, Tommons (Frazer), McClean, Nelson

Unused subs: Cherry, McLellan

Referee: Tony Clarke

Peter Wilson reports from Inver Park

LARNE put in a commanding performance at home in the third East Antrim derby of the season to beat Carrick Rangers 4-0. A Martin Donnelly hat-trick and Ben Tilney’s goal helped the home side to go 11 games unbeaten and remain at the top of the table, still four points ahead of Dundela.

An early Larne corner put in by Martin Donnelly saw Patrick McNally glance his header wide at the front post.

With 15 minutes gone, Rangers’ Paul McDowell saw his low shot just inch past the near post.

However, it was Donnelly who landed his first goal of the afternoon, getting on the end of Tomas Cosgrove’s neat through-ball to slot home on 18 minutes.

Number two came half an hour in when Donnelly received a clever ball from Fuad Sule on the edge of the box to slip the ball through Liam McAuley’s legs.

David Scullion had the chance to make it three a couple of minutes before the break, but he fired over at close range from Donnelly’s cross on the left.

On 64, Jeff Hughes’ powerful shot from outside the area was pushed over the bar by the keeper. Meanwhile Ben Tilney’s low drive was frustratingly wide of the post, after a free flowing move.

Four minutes later the third goal arrived, as Cosgrove’s low cross from right found Tilney on hand to slide the ball into the back of the net.

Donnelly then gave a composed finish to complete his hat-trick from the penalty spot, six minutes from time after David McDaid was fouled in the box by Carrick goalkeeper McAuley.

A Larne corner deep into stoppage time almost claimed the Invermen’s fifth when defender McNally aimed the ball straight at keeper McAuley having hooked onto Liam Hassin’s back header.

Larne: Devlin, Sule, McEleney, Kelly, Scullion (Hassin 68), McDaid (Osei-Bonsu 85), Donnelly (Henry 89), Tilney, McNally, Cosgrove, Hughes

Unused subs: Dougherty, Ramsey

Carrick Rangers: McAuley, Chapman, Neale, Surgenor, Rodgers, Loughran, Anderson, McDermott, McDowell (Green 65), Kelly (Murray 56), Nixon

Unused subs: Brennan, McCauley, Warwick

Referee: Ishmael Barbara

Attendance: 1035

Larne are back at Inver Park on Tuesday 23rd October against Ards in the County Antrim Shield. Kick off is 7.45pm. The Inver Reds are on the road for their 12th Championship match of the season with an encounter with H&W Welders on the cards on Saturday 27th October. Kick off at Tillysburn Park is 3pm.

Photograph: Bill Guiller

THE home games are coming thick and fast at the minute and we prepare for another one tomorrow. After the visit of Glasgow Rangers, Carrick Rangers come to Inver Park for another importantChampionship encounter.

As we have found out all season, league points are hard earned and we know whatever weget against my good friend Niall Currie’s side will be just that. It’s the third East Antrim derby of the season, and the rivalry ensures no quarter will be asked for or given. Today is the return to our bread and butter and the points are significant.

We come into the match on the back of a wonderful occasion and fantastic match on Wednesday evening, to mark the completion of the first stage of work at Inver Park. We were delighted to see 2,086 fans there and it made for a superb spectacle and atmosphere. The contingent who traveled from Rangers were all complimentary of how things are developing on and off the pitch. We faced a young Rangers side who handled themselves very well before, during and after the match.

I thought our own lads equipped themselves extremely well against a very good young Rangers team. It was pleasing to see a number of teenagers take to the field for ourselves, and it is testament to the quality coming through as well as Tiernan and the coaching staff, as to how they’re trying to integrate them and give youth a chance. Iain Dowie and Mick Quinn, who were both guests of Kenny Bruce on the night, said it was clear that we have an identity in our play – and those two know their football!

I would personally like to thank all those who made the night such a success, from the board members, to those who volunteered from Larne Youth, those who helped steward, sell programmes and everything in between – your contribution made the night possible.

As well as cutting the ribbon of the ground, there was also the official opening of the Agnew Lounge for VIP members and players. This was opened by Mrs Anne Barlow, Kenny Bruce’s mother, and named in honour of her ownparents. It was a very special occasion.

Finally, let me thank our sponsors for tomorrow’s match. We are looking forward to welcoming the Latharna Club as Match Sponsor, Ball sponsor, Yes Chef Magazine and thanks as always to ourseason long sponsors The Curran Court Hotel and Classic Drinks. We are forever grateful for the support of our sponsors.

YOUR support this season has been absolutely fantastic, and as we look forward to Wednesday’s big night when we host Rangers XI we really need your help to ensure the night is success.

What do you need to do? All we ask is that you read the following guide which we have written to help you get the most out of one of the biggest occasions in the history of Inver Park.

Please bear in mind that we expect a crowd in excess of 2,000, a crowd we have not seen at Inver Park in many years. Every supporter will need to consider carefully how they travel to the game.

Our best advice is to get to Inver Park early. We will have food and drink on offer and excellent pre-match entertaining by the Ballyboley Pipe Band.

Getting to Inver Park

We would strongly encourage supporters to avoid parking on street in the vicinity of Inver Park and to use the free car parks in the town centre, which are just a short walk away from Inver Park. Parking slightly further away from Inver Park may help you to get to and from the match more quickly.

Parking at Inver Park will be strictly for pass holders only. Anyone with accessibility requirements should email as soon as possible as alternative arrangements will need to be made.

Parking will be available in the car park of 1st Larne Church, a short walk from Inver park. There will be the opportunity to make a charitable donation towards Parkinson’s research upon arrival.


The match is all ticket. You will not be able to gain admission without a ticket, and you will not be able to pay at the gate. Your ticket is also assigned to a particular area of the ground, and you will not be admitted to any other area of the ground.

Turnstiles open at 6pm.

Main Stand Tickets – Red tickets

If you have a ticket for the Main Stand, you should use turnstiles 1, 2 and 3. These are located at the Bleach Green End of the Inver Park car park. Seats are unreserved, so get there early to choose the best seats.

Main Terrace – Blue tickets

If you have a blue ticket, then use turnstile 4. This will be the first turnstile you see as you enter Inver Park, just to the right of the club shop.

Church End Terrace – Green tickets

If you have a ticket for the Church End, then you must enter Inver Park from Church Lane. You will not be able to gain admission to the Church End from the main entrance at Inver Park.

VIP Tickets

If you’re a VIP ticket holder, you should arrive at Inver Park by 6pm for the drinks reception. The entrance to the VIP Lounge is located in the lane way leading to the main entrance at Inver Park.


Hot food and toilet facilities will be located in all areas of the ground – in the Fan Zone at the rear of the Main Stand, at the rear of the Main Terrace and in the Church End.

The Wee Club will be open from 4pm and the Bar in our brand new Fanzone will be open from 6pm with live music by The Music Yard, so you can enjoy a pint before the game.

Club Shop

The club shop will be open from 5pm. We will have our full range of replica shirts, Nike trainingwear, hats, scarves, mugs etc and our special line of Larne v. Rangers XI merchandise. You can also purchase our special matchday programme.

Matchday programme

A special edition of Inverview has been produced and this will be sold at various locations around the ground and in the club shop priced at £3.50.

Don’t Forget

Unfortunately, most of you attending the match will not be sheltered on the night, so please dress appropriately for the weather conditions.

We would also be very grateful if you could follow the instructions of our stewards at all times. They are there to ensure everyone can enjoy the game in a safe and comfortable environment.

Finally, wear your colours, make some noise and enjoy a full house at Inver Park and a proud night for our town.

We Are Larne

Larne defeated Dergview 2-0 at a rain soaked Inver Park with the victory enough to send the Inver Reds four points clear at the top of the table.

However, in a potential blow to the Invermen, Thomas Stewart was carried off the pitch on a stretcher, fresh from scoring the home side’s opening goal earlier in the first half.

Former Linfield forward Stewart went close to breaking the deadlock twice inside the opening minutes, firstly firing wide of the base of the post and then with a headed effort over the bar, as Martin Donnelly swung the ball in from a corner.

With 24 minutes gone, Jeff Hughes passed into Ben Tilney with the Englishman’s low shot from outside the box parried behind by Alan Buchanan.

However, Larne did have the lead a minute later. A neat through ball from Donnelly on 25 minutes allowed Stewart to turn inside the defender and slide the ball into the net, with a powerful low shot.

Five minutes from the break, Dergview’s Paul Smith fired straight at goal from 40 yards out with Conor Devlin extending his left arm to make the save.

On the stroke of half time, after Donnelly’s free-kick in from the left of the area, David McDaid, on as a sub for Stewart, headed just wide.

Shortly after the hour mark, from Donnelly’s corner, Jeff Hughes doubled the advantage for Tiernan Lynch’s side.

On 70, Matthew Kirk struck well to force Devlin into making a good save whilst Smith’s free kick drifted over the bar as the clock ran into over time, with Larne holding on for the three points, extending their unbeaten league start to 10 matches.

Larne: Devlin (c), Sule, McEleney, Kelly, Stewart (McDaid), Donnelly (Hassin), Stuart (Scullion), Tilney, McNally, Cosgrove, Hughes

Unused subs: M Dougherty, Finnegan.

Dergview: G. Buchanan, M. Buchanan, Falconer, McNulty,  A. Buchanan, Burns (c), Callaghan, Kirk, A Dougherty, Smith, Sproule

Subs: Crawford, Doherty, Hargan, S. Dougherty, Wallace

Referee: Gareth Stewart

Attendance: 796

Man of the match: Fuad Sale

Larne are next in action on Wednesday 17 October against a Rangers XI, with a limited amount of tickets left at Inver Park shop, kick-off is 7.30pm. Three days later, it’s yet another East Antrim derby with Carrick Rangers making the short trip to Inver Park. Kick-off is 3pm.

After two weeks on the road it will be great to get back home tomorrow when we welcome the players, management, directors and supporters of Dergview to Inver Park.
The men from the ‘Derg have had an indifferent start to the season. Results maybe haven’t gone their way of late, losing four of their last five by the odd goal; but we above all know that from our start to the season last year, performances can sometimes deserve more than your points return shows.
Rest assured we will have to be on top of our game to take full points from this fixture, Dergview are a strong outfit with no shortage of talent within their number.
Our last visit to Darragh Park is testament to this, we need to be on the front foot from the off and the mindsets need to be right, I can assure you, neither Tiernan or I wish to feel the ‘wrath of Kenny Bruce’, as we did on the evening of 24th April just past, it wasn’t pretty!
Having garnered six points on the road brings us home in good form. A fantastic performance at Ballyclare followed up last week at Limavady with a game that we should have closed out early. A few lapses in concentration however had us under the cosh a little until Davy McDaid smashed home a late penalty to settle the nerves and put a more balanced view on the score line.
Tomorrow is the first of four home games on the bounce, with our ‘Glamour Friendly’ with a Rangers XI on Wednesday followed by a local derby with Carrick Rangers in the league and then premiership side Ards come to town in the Co. Antrim Shield on Tuesday 23rd. These are four big tests that, again, will serve as a yardstick as to how far we have come or how far we still have to go, as we continue to mould and grow this squad.
Our planning is now complete for the Rangers game, we now just need to execute it, and deliver a wonderful night for the biggest crowd at Inver Park in many years.

Having worked diligently with the local authority we have managed to get our safe capacity up to just over 2200, not bad when you consider twelve months ago we were curtailed to 400.

This has afforded us the opportunity to release a number of additional batches of tickets for the game, if you as diehard, loyal fans can help spread this word and help us get a few more tickets sold it would be greatly appreciated, I would dearly love a sell-out to honour the work that has been done to get us to this point.
A great night is in store, Stephen Clements from Q Radio will be on the PA, Hammy from The Music Yard will be doing his stuff entertaining the masses, Ballyboley Pipe Band will be leading the teams out and playing at half time while Larne Youth in conjunction with Rangers Soccer Schools will play a number of small sided games for your enjoyment.
Our fan zone will be in full flight, the wee club will be open, the club shop will be open selling a range of merchandise alongside a commemorative match programme, all to mark this momentous game. Support us where you can as every penny into the coffers on the night will strengthen our hand come January and beyond.
Finally, can I thank The Curran Court Hotel for their continued sponsorship of our pre-match preparations, our match sponsor Longmore Electronics, our match ball sponsor Toast the Coast and our Man of the Match sponsor, Classic Drinks in conjunction with Vallformosa.
Thanks for your continued support.
See you at the church end…

Larne maintained their two point lead at the top of the Bluefin Sports Championship with a 3-1 victory at the Limavady Showgrounds.

The Invermen’s comfortable two goal lead was cut in half with five minutes remaining, before David McDaid’s penalty made sure of the points.

With the game only beginning to settle down, the Invermen almost found themselves a goal behind, when a short backpass was rescued by Conor Devlin’s save on the edge of the penalty box.

From this Larne broke forward at pace, with Marty Donnelly curling home from the edge of the box to give his side the lead with just 13 minutes on the clock.

At the other end Devlin was called into action again, making a smart double save, firstly from Stuart McMullan’s header and then Jonny Hume’s follow-up.

Darren Stuart and Jeff Hughes came close to extending the lead, but both side’s went into the break with just that Donnelly goal to separate them.

Larne began the second with more purpose and had a chance to double their lead on 58 minutes, when Darren Stuart was fouled. Despite protests the trip was outside the box referee Declan Hassan pointed to the spot.

Home stopper Paul Wells made amends however, by producing a smart save from Marty Donnelly’s penalty.

It was a short reprieve though, as Donnelly’s resulting corner was headed home by Patrick McNally for his first goal for the club.

Most of the play was in Limavady’s half from this point on, however the visitors were unable to carve out too many meaningful goalscoring opportunities.

Then, with five minutes remaining, Limavady were back in the game when Larne failed to clear their lines sufficiently, and Hugh Carlin was on hand with a smart finish from the edge of the box.

With the Invermen keen to run down the clock at this stage, substitute David McDaid managed to wriggle clear of the corner flag before having his surge into the box ended with a foul.

The striker dusted himself down to confidently slam home the spot kick to make it 3-1 in stoppage time, and ensure the unbeaten league start to the season continued.

Limavady United: Wells, O’Kane, Gareth McFadden, McMullan, Boyle, Carlin, McCauley (Duffy), Gary McFadden, O’Connell (Pomeroy), Hume, Doherty

Subs not used: Devine, McGurk, Brown

Larne: Devlin, Sule, Finnegan (McEleney), Kelly, Stewart, Donnelly, Stuart (McDaid), Tilney (Hassin), McNally, Cosgrove, Hughes

Subs not used: Dougherty, Osei-Bonsu

Referee: Declan Hassan

The second East Antrim derby of the 2018/19 season gave Larne a comfortable win over Ballyclare Comrades at Dixon Park. After a sluggish first half, the away side put four past the Comrades with no reply. A hat-trick from Martin Donnelly helping the Inver Reds return to the top of the table after Dundela’s 4-1 loss at home to H&W Welders.

Early in the first half, Joe McWilliams crossed to Jason Johnston in the box with Conor Devlin spreading himself to neutralise the threat.

At the other end, Jeff Hughes’ long ball to David Scullion allowed the number eight to cross to Liam Hassin at the near post from the left on six minutes. Just before half an hour, Scullion lobbed the ball into the area with Tomas Cosgrove heading into the side netting.

The closest either side came to taking the lead was when Marty Donnelly’s shot hit the base of the post before being cleared.

It was Donnelly who gave a composed finish to place the ball past Kyle Rowe to open the scoring on 53 minutes, after neatly turning past the home defender.

Five minutes later, Donnelly rounded the keeper and slotted in at close range once more to double Larne’s lead.

With one of the few chances for the Comrades in the second half, coming from a corner, Eoin Kane passed back to Ballyclare skipper, Dean Youle but all the captain could do was shoot straight into Devlin’s hands.

Donnelly added his third from the penalty spot 67 minutes in, after being tripped in the box by Michael McQuitty.

With 80 minutes gone, David McDaid chipped the ball to Donnelly in the 18-yard box with Donnelly driving his shot over the bar, before McDaid was denied with a fine point blank save from Rowe.

Eight minutes from time, substitute Thomas Stewart finished from a neat angle to make it four and condemn the home side to their third consecutive defeat.

Ballyclare Comrades: Rowe, Crane, Wright, McQuitty, McWilliams, Kane, Gray, Johnston, Willigham, Robinson, Youle

Subs: McIlveen, Tully, Donnelly, Kirk, Gault

Larne: Devlin, Sule, Finnegan, Kelly, Scullion (Stuart), Donnelly, Tilney (Stewart), Hassin (McDaid), McNally, Cosgrove, Hughes

Unused subs: Dougherty, McEleney

Referee: Niall Gallagher

Larne are on the road again on Saturday 6th October with a trip to Limavady United. Kick off at the Limavady Showgrounds is 3pm.

Peter Wilson reports from Dixon Park

This week the club agreed to support local primary schools football more than ever, by agreeing to host all of this seasons outdoor competitions at the superb Inver Park.
Primary School Football Secretary Andrew Ritchie said “The Cliff have been superb supporters of schools football for the last 8 years, and we must thank them for that.  However we are excited to base ourselves at Inver Park for this season and beyond.”
The stadium will offer a great surface for the players, and be able to facilitate parents from a suitable distance of the playing area.
I’m addition, a number of first team players will go out to schools in the build up to each tournament and help to prepare teams by providing some cusching before accompanying their school on the day.
Youth Development Director Niall Curneen added “its an exciting time for local kids who ate falling in love with Larne FC, and this is another opportunity to open the club up to more local kids.  We are passionate to inspire kids at all levels, to become a player, a supporter, or both.  It also gives our senior players the chance to get out and give a bit back to the kids who idolise them and who come out in their numbers to get behind them.  This whole journey works two ways, and this demonstrates that the club are committed to do their bit towards that.”
This programme also provides Larne High School pupils with an opportunity to sharpen their coaching skills through the Upskilling Programme currently being delivered in the school by BCSDN.   Gary Haveron of BCSDN and Larne Youth added “the programme provides local kids with a number of coaching qualifications and other generic qualifications to improve their employability.  This programme gives them hands on experience with organising and delivering quality sports programmes.  It will also help to encourage these kids to become involved in our club in the future and create the academy set up we crave.”
The competitions kick off in November and run right through to June 2019.   Our social media channels will keep you updated with all the games when they happen.
#Aspire2Inspire #RAWA


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