How It Happened: Warrenpoint Town 1 Coleraine 2

Two goals from skipper Stephen O'Donnell secured the win for Coleraine after Kealan Dillon's spectacular strike had given Warrenpoint Town the lead

Sunday, 11th April 2021, 10:39 am
Updated Sunday, 11th April 2021, 10:42 am

F/T: Warrenpoint Town 1 Coleraine 2

89: McCaffrey tries again from outside the box but fails to hit the target.

88: Tweed races through on goal but Sava does well to block his shot with his feet

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Stephen O'Donnell heads home the winner for Coleraine

80: GOAL - The Bannsiders edge in front as the hosts fail to clear their lines properly from another corner Glackin whips the ball in again and O'Donnell heads home his second

69: Lowry fizzes a low shot wide of the target

66: GOAL - The visitors draw level as O'Donnell rises highest to head home Glackin's corner

63: GOAL - The home side break the deadlock in spectacular fashion as Dillon bursts through a Tweed tackle before unleashing an unstoppable drive into the top corner

60: Does finds space but he too fails to trouble the keeper.

46: Gallagher does well to block another dangerous ball into the box before McCaffrey fires the loose ball over

H/T: Warrenpoint Town 0 Coleraine 0

42: Swan tries his luck again from outside the area, but he fails to hit the target this time.

38: Tweed smashes the ball home from close range, but the goal is chalked off as Bradley was adjudged to have handled in the build up

30: O'Sullivan picks up the ball on the edge of the area, but his low shot is saved by Gallagher

21: Good work by Wilson down the right-hand side, he pulls the ball back for Bradley, but he scoops his effort over the bar.

13: Nixon wriggles free of his marker, but Sava is alert to effort saving well at the near post

8: Swan tries his luck with a half volley from outside the area, but Gallagher gathers well

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