A football club have named their press box in honour of a regional journalist who died two months ago.
Portadown Football Club, in Northern Ireland, have bestowed the posthumous honour upon Victor Gordon, left, who spent most of his career with the Portadown Times and also edited the Armagh Guardian.
The official renaming and unveiling of a memorial plaque will take place at the press box on Tuesday 28 November, before Portadown face local rivals Glenavon in a Mid-Ulster Cup semi-final.
Victor was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer in August and died on 3 September, 18 months after his official retirement from the Times.
However, he had still freelanced for the paper until the weeks before his death.
His daughter Fiona said: “Victor would be delighted with this tribute and particularly appreciate it being unveiled at a game against the old enemy. He followed Portadown through thick and thin.”