Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 26 April 2015

Victory keeps Swifts on target for top six

Unsung hero Eamonn Seydak admits Institute haven’t achieved anything, even though they have been the surprise package this season.

The Drumahoe side are fighting it out with Cliftonville for a place in the top six and if they win their next two games, starting at Newry City tomorrow, that is where they will end the campaign before next week’s split.

They also have their first ever JJB Sports Irish Cup semi-final to look forward to next month, but Seydak still feels they have a lot of work to do.

“We really haven’t done anything yet and although getting to a semi-final is a good achievement, we want to go on and reach the final.

“We need to win at Newry on Tuesday if we realistically want to get into the top six but having beaten Dungannon (with goals from Paul Brown, Kevin Ramsey and Declan Devin) we will travel full of confidence and if we can pick up the three points, then that will set things up rightly for our game at Glentoran.”

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