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Premier Intermediate


03 May 2023
© Pacemaker Press

Banbridge Town manager Simon Nicks has announced he is stepping down from the role.

Nicks secured Premier Intermediate League safety for the club following a recent draw with bottom of the table PSNI.

He moved into the position from the assistant role earlier this season following the sad passing of Frankie Wilson, fulfilling a pledge made to his former boss.

"Frank asked me before he died to carry on until the end of the season, so I've done that for Frank," he said.

The 48-year-old now intends to switch his focus on his role as manager of the Northern Ireland U18 Schoolboys team while, for Banbridge Town, the search for a replacement begins.