CLUB officials have planned a tribute at tomorrow’s (Saturday’s) game following the death on Tuesday of Dr Malcolm Brodie MBE, the highly-respected journalist.
FANS are reminded to enter Shamrock Park this weekend for the Glentoran game via the Rectory Park turnstiles. Admission is payable at the turnstiles.
MATCH tickets will be available at Shamrock Park next Saturday ahead of the Setanta Sports Cup game away to Drogheda United on Monday, February 11.
It is understood that the two clubs have held discussions over a reduced rate for the home and away legs, with confirmation expected next week on the price of £8 and £5.
SUPPORTERS’ Clubs are currently finalising numbers for the cross-border trip.
Those wishing to travel from Shamrock Park on the official Portadown FC Travel Club bus must purchase a seat pass either tomorrow (Saturday) or next Saturday from Bill Emerson.
Shamrock Reds will be leaving West Street at 5.45 and Shamrock Park at 6 o’clock, with seats available at £8 and open to non-members.
Those interested should contact Terence or Danny at the Glentoran match.
Non-members keen on travelling with Richhill Reds should contact Leslie, Paul or Ivan.
THE latest Shamrock Lotto numbers are 5, 7, 12 and 18. The jackpot now stands at £1,500.
A DOUBLE issue of the ‘Ports In Focus’ matchday programme will be on sale this weekend at £2 covering games against Glentoran and Ards at Shamrock Park.
A SPECIAL community project could provide Ports fans with live streaming inside the Shamrock Park supporters’ bar on matchdays.
The option of broadcasting game footage into the main stand will be the subject of a test run during tomorrow’s (Saturday’s) game against Glentoran.
Portadown’s community commitment has led to a connection with the CURBS Project (Communities Unite in Reconciliation and Building Society) and BNL Productions.
The CURBS Project media programme features training sessions for young people aged 12-18 years old, with this weekend’s match at Shamrock Park the final stage of the latest production.