INSTITUTE travel to North West neighbours Limavady United this Saturday (KO 3pm), as their league season get back under way.
It’s all change at the Roesiders with Timmy Dixon taking over from Adrian McLaughlin as manager, while a host of experienced players including Ruairi McClean, Lee Patrick and Gareth McConaghie have all left the club and have been replaced with young players.
Nevertheless ’Stute boss Paul Kee isn’t taking anything for granted and is expecting a tough match, at the Showgrounds this weekend.
“Good training patterns reflects in the play so if we keep doing that then there’s no reason why we can’t carry that form into the Limavady game,” he admitted.
“We have to keep up the concentration and discipline and respect our opponent because Limavady are going to come out and look for a proud performance.
“They are a young side but the reports we’ve got back from them is that they don’t die, which was the report we got back on Tobermore also.”
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