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Bannsiders to have crucial say in destination of league title with two big games in five days

Thursday, 20 April 2017

Bannsiders to have crucial say in destination of league title with two big games in five days thumbnailColeraine ‘man of the match’ Adam Mullan keeps a close eye on Glenavon striker James Gray during Saturday’s 1-1 draw at the Showgrounds. The Limavady man is enjoying a tremendous end to the season and is part of a hard-working Bannsiders’ defence.

COLERAINE manager Oran Kearney claims he and his players have their 'own agenda' as they prepare to face title-chasing Crusaders and Linfield in the space of just five days.
And the Bannsiders' boss admits that he has banned all talk of the Tennent's Irish Cup final in the changing room until the players have completed their league programme at the end of this month.
Coleraine, who strengthened their grip on third place with a 1-1 draw at home to Glenavon on Saturday, face Crusaders at Seaview this evening (Tuesday) before hosting Linfield at the Showgrounds on Saturday in a dress rehearsal for the cup final.

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