COLERAINE TV spoke to Aaron Traynor after the full-back netted for the second time against Carrick Rangers this season…
The Bannsiders would make a winning start to 2020 as goals from Aaron Traynor and Alexander Gawne sealed all three points at the Belfast Loughshore Hotel Arena.
The full-back heaped credit on Emmett McGuckin for helping set up his goal and admitted that it took a little bit of time adjusting to a wing-back role.
Oran Kearney was forced to make four changes to his starting eleven but the 29-year-old believes the added freshness played to the visitors’ advantage in East Antrim.
Coleraine are in Irish Cup action this weekend away to Glenavon, a fixture which Traynor states that he and the squad are ‘dying’ to win.