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BIG WEEKEND AHEAD FOR COAGH

CHALLENGE... Coagh's Stephen Lamont skips over a Limavady defender's challenge during last Saturday's league clash at Hagan Park.INMM0613-353SR

CHALLENGE... Coagh's Stephen Lamont skips over a Limavady defender's challenge during last Saturday's league clash at Hagan Park.INMM0613-353SR

THERE IS a massive 10 days ahead for Coagh United as they seek to move clear of the relegation zone in Championship One.

The Hagan Park side face Tyrone rivals Dergview on Saturday at home as they try to put distance between themselves and the bottom two, Larne and Bangor.

When Coagh met the Castlederg men in the league in November they were on the receiving end of a 3-0 defeat, a result they’ll be hoping to reverse on this weekend.

With joint-third placed teams, Dundela and Warrenpoint, their opponents over the next couple of weekends, the Blues will be determined to get points on the board this weekend and will need all the help they can get from the Hagan Park faithful.

Coagh currently have 14 points from their first 15 games, seven points more than bottom placed Bangor.

Second bottom Larne trail Coagh by two points, but significantly they have two points in hand over United.

Coagh had a steady start to the season, picking up seven points from their opening six games. But a five game losing run severely dented their challenge.

Three points this weekend, however, could provide the perfect springboard to help the Hagan Park side move clear of the drop.

Make sure you get down to Hagan Park to support the team.

 
 
 

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