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Top of the tree for Christmas

Thursday, 21 December 2017

Top of the tree for Christmas thumbnailColeraine's Brad Lyons celebrates scoring the all important second goal in Saturday’s win over Ballinamnallard Utd. Wk51034

COLERAINE manager Oran Kearney admits he is excited about the imminent return of two of the club's long term injured as he prepares his team for a busy festive period.
The Bannsiders face a demanding schedule over Christmas and New Year with home games against Ballymena Utd and Linfield on Boxing Day and New Year's Day respectively.
In between times they travel to Solitude to face a resurgent Cliftonville and before all that make the long journey to Warrenpoint Town on Friday night.
With that in mind there's arguably no better time to welcome back defender Lyndon Kane and striker Eoin Bradley.
“We've a couple of good signings - Eoin Bradley and Lyndon Kane - they're two brilliant signings and the window hasn't opened yet," said Oran at the weekend when asked about potential signings in the January transfer window.
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