Portadown Times sports editor Patrick Van Dort turns the spotlight on a former Ports player:
NAME: Walter Gregg Davidson (bet not many supporters would know that one!)
TIME WITH PORTS: 16 years
CLUBS BEFORE PORTADOWN: One-club man (Crusaders when I was a kid but there is only one club in my heart)
CLUBS AFTER PORTADOWN: Distillery, Bangor, Carrick Rangers and Brantwood (plus a few more I won’t mention...)
HIGHLIGHT AS A PORTADOWN PLAYER: My time with the Ports was full of highlights - but if I had to choose one particular moment then winning the Irish League for the first time in the club’s history
BEST MATE AT PORTADOWN: Phil Major
FUNNIEST TEAM-MATE: Phil Major or Sandy Fraser
HARDEST TEAM-MATE: (apart from myself) Alfie Stewart
TEAM-MATE WITH MOST SKILL: Joey Cunningham
PICK YOUR PFC FIVE-A-SIDE TEAM: Phil Major, Alfie Stewart, Brian Strain, Gregg Davidson and Mickey Keenan in goals (but does that back four even need a goalkeeper???)
FAVOURITE AWAY GROUND: The Oval
PRE-MATCH SUPERSTITIONS: None
RIVAL PLAYER YOU MOST RATED: Lee Doherty
TEAM YOU LOVED TO BEAT: Glentoran - especially at The Oval. I remember the day I scored a winner down there, that was soooooo sweet!
MODERN LIFE: I work in the Housing Executive (finance) and recently got married to the most wonderful girl. We now live in Ballynahinch.
Supporters can nominate a favourite former player for our Past Ports profile by sending in a name via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10 o’clock each Monday morning or sending a message to @pvd_porttimes via Twitter.
Suggestions for Trevor Clydesdale’s look back into the Shamrock Park archives are also welcome.