Beragh steal the points in unconvincing display

Thursday, 26 January 2017

Beragh steal the points in unconvincing display thumbnailBeragh Swift's Richard Johnston in action against Enniskillen Santos.

BERAGH Swifts ran out 2-0 winners at home to Enniskillen Santos - but manager Keith Hamilton wasn't entirely impressed with his side's display.

Beragh Swifts...2
Enniskillen Santos...0

Second-half goals from Michael Brown and James McKeown ensured the Swifts won and keeps the pressure on Division 1 leaders, Strathroy Harps, but Hamilton wants more from his players in future.

"I'm pleased about the result, however, I'm not impressed by our performance," he said.

"We started slowly and only a great save from our goalkeeper, Jordan Newell, kept the scores level at the break against a weakened Santos team.

"We just didn't get going, we were lethargic. Sometimes the team aren't so hot amongst the so-called 'weaker teams' and we need to improve.

"In the second-half we had lots of possession but still Santos had chances on the break."

Hamilton was mightily relieved then when Brown opened the scoring around the hour-mark with a fine individual effort, scoring from the edge of the 18-yard area.

"I knew when we went a goal ahead we would extend our scoreline," continued Hamilton," and he was right as Jamie McKeown doubled the advantage with 10 minutes to play after good work by Kyle McKane.


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