Kearney not taking anything for granted

Ballinamallard's Shane McCabe with Coleraine's  David Kee. Picture  -  @Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland.

Ballinamallard's Shane McCabe with Coleraine's David Kee. Picture - @Press Eye Ltd Northern Ireland.

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Coleraine will be aiming to make it four wins on the bounce when they entertain Carrick Rangers this Saturday.

Kieran Harding’s side will be smarting from a 4-0 hammering at Portadown at the weekend, and Oran Kearney told Times Sport he will be taking nothing for granted.

“Carrick have signed well and Saturday will be no different to how it was today, or last week,” he said.

“The name means nothing now, it’s just the next tough game.

“We just have to make sure we go about our business in the right way.”

Kearney has been delighted with how his side have bounced back from their own heavy defeat at Dungannon earlier in the season.

“Our first two performances of the season were yo-yo, and I told the players that we didn’t want to be a yo-yo team,” said the Bannsiders boss.

“I told them I wanted the Dungannon game to be just a blip, and four games on I can comfortably call that game a blip.

“It was one of those games were it all went wrong, the lads have proven what there are capable of since then, the performances have been right on the money since then.”