Larne’s hunger for clean sheets delights boss Tiernan Lynch soon after victory in excess of Coleraine


Larne manager Tiernan Lynch disclosed his side are now so keen to hold clean sheets it is spilling into their training classes.

he Invermen ran out 2- winners at dwelling to Coleraine with one more general performance built on a seem system.

Leroy Millar scored an early goal to set Larne on their way and Paul O’Neill built sure eight minutes from time to transfer Lynch’s facet into 2nd position in the desk, a level behind leaders Cliftonville.

Just as importantly for Lynch, it was also a fifth clean sheet in 7 Premiership game titles, with his full-time workforce looking like a much far more solid outfit this time period.

“Even in training they are talking about cleanse sheets in their five-a-side games,” he stated.

“It’s just that desire and that starvation they have. I have stated it a million occasions — as very long as they give us totally all the things they have then we can deal with undesirable times.

“And no question we will have to offer with them, but I do not feel any individual can question these gamers are giving us every thing.

“It was a challenging-fought victory from Coleraine. We had a quite distinct sport strategy and I assumed we carried it out beautifully effectively.

“Coleraine have got the most ambitions in the League and they engage in a incredibly, very various brand of soccer than they did in the previous. They’ve a lot of legs and electricity in the team and we experienced to focus on both equally sides of our sport.”

By the time Larne took the guide immediately after seven minutes, Coleraine had previously been denied by a excellent past-ditch obstacle from Shaun Want.

Mark Randall manufactured a fantastic cross from the correct flank and he discovered the head of Millar, who acquired himself amongst two defenders to nod home.

As the game wore on, Bannsiders manager Oran Kearney emptied his bench of all the attacking possibilities at his disposal.

Nonetheless, it was Larne who concluded the much better of the two sides with Lee Bonis going near by a absolutely free-kick and a header inside of the box.

8 minutes from time, the hosts wrapped it up when Bonis flicked the ball on to give O’Neill a opportunity to bear down on goal and calmly slot past Marty Gallagher.

Later on, Kearney lamented Coleraine’s early missed option when Jamie Glackin could have fired them into the direct.

“The to start with intention in online games like this is naturally definitely crucial and we had a huge likelihood to get it,” he explained.

“The ball from Conor (McKendry) and the initially contact from Glacks was great and I have viewed him roll it into the web 100 periods from that situation.

“I really don’t know what goes by his intellect for a split 2nd. It would have been a hell of a start in a match of this size.

“Then we go straight down the other conclusion and concede a terrible purpose from our position of perspective and it gets the reverse of the commence you want.”

Kearney manufactured a triple switch in the next fifty percent and introduced on all of his attacking choices but admits he fell just small occur the last depend.

“We just felt on the night it was the possibility to flip factors,” he included.

“Sometimes you glance at the players and assume it is really their responsibility to dig us out of it, but I imagined a alter of development or form may spring us or get us going again.

“I thought it did spring us into lifetime and we did glance a lot more risky in the closing 3rd, but we perhaps just lacked that closing little bit of excellent for the gilt-edged prospect.”

LARNE: Ferguson 7, Want 8, Randall 7 (Sule, 41 mins, 8), O’Neill 7 (Kearns, 83 minutes, 6), Bonis 7, Doherty 7, Donnelly 7, Gordon 7, Bolger 7, Millar 8, Cosgrove 8 .

Unused subs: McIntyre, Kelly, Kearns, Scott, Hughes, Lusty.

COLERAINE: Gallagher 7, Kane 6, D Jarvis 6, Mullan 6, McKendry 6 (E McLaughlin, 59 mins, 6), Carson 6 (O’Mahony, 59 minutes, 6), Farren 6 (J McLaughlin, 79 mins, 6), Lynch 6 (McCrudden, 59 minutes, 6), Glackin 7, McDermott 7, Shevlin 6.

Unused subs: Deane, A. Jarvis, O’Donnell.

Referee: Ben McMaster 7

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