Conor Hagan has wasted little in making his mark at Mid-Ulster Football League level.
The former Irish League midfielder - who played for clubs such as Portadown, Linfield and Glenavon - was appointed player/manager at St Mary’s during the summer.
Hagan proved instrumental on Saturday as St Mary’s defeated Valley Rangers on penalty kicks in the Bob Radcliffe Cup’s first round.
His delightful penalty success in the shoot-out was captured on camera.
See this week’s Portadown Times for a full review of the Mid-Ulster Football League.