Published Monday, 01 October 2012
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The 47-year-old victim suffered fatal head injuries during the assault in the Dromore Street area of the Co Down town at around 12.45am.
A 30-year-old man is expected to appear at Newtownards Magistrates' Court on Tuesday.
Mr Mills, from the Dundrum area, was critically ill when he was taken to hospital and subsequently died from his injuries.
The former Portadown and Lisburn Distillery player was well known in the Ballynahinch area.
Portadown FC manager Ronnie McFall said he was shocked to hear of the death of Mr Mills.
"He was in Portadown's first championship winning team in the 1990s, he was a major part of our squad at the time and then we won the league."
"I think everybody cannot take it in, he is such a good guy, genuine down to earth honest lad and it has been a complete shock to everyone.
"He was a really good, honest lad, would have got you a goal, good to be around and good company to be in," Mr McFall commented.
Mr Mills also played cricket for Drumaness, and Brendan Gelston from the club said he always gave his best to whatever sport he took part in.
"He was always a sport loving person, a genuine fella and well-liked within the sporting community. People liked being in David's company.
"People can't come to terms with what's happened to David. It's a very sad occasion," he added.