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Ballymena are refreshed and out to be an Irish Cup success, insists Andy McGrory

 

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Ballymena sharpshooter Andy McGrory

Ballymena sharpshooter Andy McGrory

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Ballymena sharpshooter Andy McGrory

Ballymena United's versatile Andy McGrory hopes his good fortune in the Sadler's Peaky Blinder Irish Cup can reach new heights when he lines out against rivals Coleraine in a semi-final showdown at Windsor Park on Monday afternoon (4pm).

He has already been on the podium on two occasions, having helped Glenavon defeat his current club in 2014 before Gary Hamilton's boys popped the champagne two years later following victory over Linfield.

With local football in lockdown since early March, the Sky Blues and Oran Kearney's Bannsiders have been given the honour of bringing back some sort of normality.