Portstewart boss Johnny Law has made a decisive triple signing, bringing Kyle McVey, Darren Henderson and Connor Logue to the club ahead of the transfer window opening.
McVey, 34, joins the Seahawks following a recent spell with Tobermore United but brings with him bags of senior experience after a long and varied career in defence with Coleraine, Linfield, Ballymena United and Portadown.
Henderson spent last season in junior football with Dervock but PIL defences will need no introduction to the 34-year-old striker who, earlier in his career, banged home the goals for Glentoran, Coleraine, Ballymena United, Dungannon Swifts, Carrick Rangers, Institute and Ards.
24-year-old midfielder Logue makes the switch from Moyola Park, for whom he made 25 appearances last season, scoring three times.
Speaking about his triple acquisition, Law said:
"I am delighted to have signed a player with the experience of Kyle. He's a player we tried to get last year but thankfully after some frank discussions he has decided to come to us this year. Kyle will make us stronger at the back with his experience and reading of the game.
"He decided to come simply because of the forward strides we’ve taken as a team and club and in his own words he wants to be part of something special. Kyle is fully aware of the hard work ahead of him and is determined to be a success as a Portstewart player.
"Darren is a player I’ve tried to sign since coming to Portstewart and thankfully he’s on board now and, like Kyle, he brings a world of experience and comes with the determination to take us forward as a team and will no doubt add to our goal tally next year.
"I’m also delighted to get Connor Logue from Moyola, a player I worked at Coleraine during my time there. Connor has an incredible work rate and exceptional quality on the ball and will add another dimension to our squad.
"All three players bring something different to our squad and will make us stronger as a group. We all wish them every success at the Seahawks."