Crusaders still in driving seat

Thursday, 8 March 2018

Crusaders still in driving seat thumbnailColeraine midfielder Brad Lyons, seen here competing against Michael Gault in the first derby of the season. WK10051W

COLERAINE manager Oran Kearney believes league leaders Crusaders remain firmly in the driving seat when it comes to challenging for the Gibson Cup.
The Crues opened a five point gap at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership with a 6-1 win over Glenavon in midweek with games running out.
The top two are in derby action this weekend - Crusaders at Cliftonville and Coleraine away at Ballymena - as the league nears the split.
"Crusaders are in the driving seat at the minute, all we can do is win our games," admitted the Bannsiders' boss.
"There's no point in us waiting for someone to take points off Crusaders if we don't win our own games."
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