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Accies coach focused on building momentum

AFTER watching his side record back to back victories over Dungannon and Ballymena in their first two Ulster Premiership Division Two fixtures of the season, Omagh Accies coach, Glenn Kyle knows how important it is to win again this coming Saturday at Belfast Harlequins.

With the All-Ireland Leagues resuming in just a few weeks time – the Accies travel for a tough test at Skerries – the Augher man is keen for any momentum to be built upon and maintained until the start of October and beyond.

“It’s massively important to keep the momentum going and the confidence building because we’re going to Harlequins, on the road again, and if you get something there and keep building and building and building, then you’ll be peaking for your AIL, Skerries away,” he explained.

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On Saturday past, Kyle was buoyed by a massively improved performance from his side during a confidence-building 33-16 home success over Ballymena.

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