Supporters’ clubs will be operating transport as follows tomorrow (Saturday) to the Danske Bank Premiership game against Crusaders:
OFFICIAL TRAVEL CLUB: Leaving Shamrock Park at 1.45 and JD Tipler’s at 2 o’clock.
Traditional pick-up points will remain in place but supporters are reminded to factor in road closures around Shamrock Park due to a parade.
EDEN REDS: Leaving Gary’s Bar at 2 o’clock.
A meeting of members - plus anyone interested in joining the club - has been planned from 1 o’clock.
RICHHILL REDS: Leaving the village square at 1.30.
Anyone in need of a lift in Portadown should contact a Richhill Reds official.
SHAMROCK REDS: Leaving West Street at 1.30 and Shamrock Park at 1.45.
Portadown’s Premiership Development League programme will continue next Wednesday at home to Crusaders.
Kick-off will be 7.45 at Shamrock Park.
Portadown Youth players have been selected for international duty across three age groups.
Darren Robinson is involved in the Club NI 2004 panel invited to Holland.
The Club NI 2002 squad planned for France will include Ruardhan Hughes, Alberto Balde and Chris Hutchinson.
Barney McKeown, Callum Ferris and Jack Conlon have been picked for a friendly in Estonia with Club NI 2001.
David Miskelly’s testimonial celebrations will continue on Saturday, November 5 with an entertainment night in Shamrock Park Social Club.
The main attraction will be the highly-rated Oasis tribute group called “Roll With It”, with tickets now available at £10 via the David Miskelly Testimonial accounts over Twitter and Facebook.
Doors will open at 9 o’clock on the night - with music to cover the 1990s and Britpop scene alongside Oasis favourites.
Fans can also purchase tickets from the Portadown merchandise shop at Shamrock Park, plus Rectory Rangers and Hanover football clubs’ officials.
“I have been coming down to Comber Rec since I was four years old so, when planning this testimonial year, always wanted to give something back to the place I live,” said Miskelly following his opening testimonial event at Comber Rec. “But we will be running similar events across the year.
“I don’t see myself playing anywhere else so will be finishing my career with Portadown I would think.
“I imagine I will be at Portadown until I have to finish playing.
“The testimonial is by the side, the most improtant thing is we keep Portadown in this division.
“We are a Premiership club and a big club.
“The testimonial is a nice way for me to give my respect to the fans and, hopefully, give everyone a good time.”