Crozier embraces final position
January 24, 2008
Derry manager Paddy Crozier
Derry manager Paddy Crozier was fulsome in his praise of his charges' achievement in shooting all 2-12 of their winning tally from play in last night's (Wednesday) Dr. McKenna Cup semi-final win over Fermanagh.
"That's very pleasing, for we have had a lot of injuries, and some of the boys did very well," a delighted Crozier said after the match.
"Collie Devlin scored a brilliant goal in the first half to give us a good platform at half-time. We went into the start of the McKenna Cup to see if we could unearth a couple or three players to take us into the League, and hopefully we have done that. But it's good to be in a final.
"We sat back on the lead and they came back at us and scored a rather unfortunate goal and went a point down.
"But fair play to the forwards they got us back into it and a great move was finished by Raymond Wilkinson and gave us the platform to go on."
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