COLERAINE boss Oran Kearney was pleased to see his side bank all three points from the Bannsiders’ visit to Ballymena United…
Kearney reflected that the Bannsiders were down to the ‘bare bones’ due to injuries but credited his players for their efforts at Warden Street.
After not seeing games out against Portadown and Cliftonville of late, the boss admitted it was ‘nice to get over the line’ as they made it nine games unbeaten in the Danske Bank Premiership/
The match was won by a tremendous strike from Lyndon Kane and Kearney remarked that it was nice to see the Coleraine native make such a decisive impact, just one day after his 24th birthday.
Next up is a trip to Linfield and Kearney is hopeful to have several members of his squad back from injury as they take on David Healy’s men at tea time on Saturday.