Belfast Telegraph

Draw no comfort to Paul Kee at end of difficult season

Dungannon Sw 1 - Institute 1

By Adrian Rutherford

Institute boss Paul Kee admits he cannot wait to close the book on this season.

A miserable campaign is nearing an end for the league's bottom side, who avoided a not so magnificent seventh straight defeat against Dungannon.

"I'll be glad to see it over, I need a break from it," said Kee. "It hasn't been easy and that run since October has been difficult."

Stute have leaked the most goals and conceded again when keeper Corey Wilson turned a corner from Jamie Glackin into his own net.

But the visitors hit back in a much-improved second half and Cormac Burke levelled just past the hour.

Although it was yet another match without victory, Kee believes the statistics don't tell the full story.

"There have been games where we've missed penalties, we've had a referee's decision go against us or we've misplaced a pass," he added. "Often the margins have been very fine, but we'll learn from it."

Swifts boss Darren Murphy said: "People paid £10 through the gate to watch the game and players should put a bit of effort in, but it didn't happen."

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