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A day to be remembered

Thursday, 30 March 2017

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DAYS like Saturday's Tennent's Irish Cup semi-final are days to be remembered and days that people build careers around.
Those are the thoughts of Coleraine manager Oran Kearney who is preparing to lead his young side into Saturday's eagerly anticipated Tennent's Irish Cup semi-final against cup holders Glenavon.
The sides meet at Ballymena Showgrounds (kick-off 5.15pm) with a place in May's decider up for grabs.
And the Bannsiders' boss believes the hunger and spirit within his dressing room will be enough to see his players through to a meeting with either Linfield or Dungannon Swifts who meet in the other semi-final at Mourneview Park at the earlier time of 3pm.
“It's a big carrot and especially with so many young players whose careers we're trying to shape," said the Ballymoney man.
“Days like this are days to be remembered and days that people build careers around.
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