AUDIO: We have to learn from last year’s experience - Kearney

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Coleraine manager Oran Kearney hopes his side’s experience in last year’s Setanta Cup will stand them in good stead for Monday night’s second leg against Dundalk.

The Bannsiders go into the tie at The Showgrounds with a one-goal advantage having beaten the Lilywhites 3-2 at Oriel Park a fortnight ago. Kearney’s men were in a similar position 12 months ago having beaten Shamrock Rovers on the road before they lost the second leg 2-0 to crash out of the competition.

Coleraine's manager Oran Kearney' .�INPHO/Dan Sheridan

Coleraine's manager Oran Kearney' .�INPHO/Dan Sheridan

Kearney though says that game will be at the front of his thought on Monday night.