Portadown boss Matthew Tipton has once more demonstrated his faith in his current panel by agreeing contract extensions with a further two players, while another has returned following a spell away on loan.
It's been a busy time for Tipton, and that work continued with the confirmation that Greg Hall and Callum McVeigh have signed on at Shamrock Park for another year.
Defender Hall, 30, has been with the Ports since joining from Ards during January 2018 and last term made 17 appearances (scoring once) in all competitions.
17-year-old midfielder McVeigh is a more recent arrival at the club, only signing in January this year from Linfield but due to the curtailment of the season turned out only twice.
Speaking about both players to the official club website, Tipton said: "Greg Hall for me is a model professional who has always given his all for the club. Even though he was injured for a chunk of last season I could see how hard he was working to get back fit for the run in and I’m delighted to have him on board for next season.
"Callum showed more than enough during his brief displays that we now believe that he will be an integral part of our squad going forward."
Meanwhile, Aaron Duke has returned from his loan spell with Dollingstown. He was a regular for the Ports up until his move during the January transfer window (17 appearances, 5 goals) before making the short term switch to Planters Park.