CIARAN Brannigan admits Newcastle were living dangerously after they staged a late comeback to claim all three points over Rathfern Rangers on Saturday.
The victory was the Shimna College men's fifth on the bounce since crashing to runaway league leaders Ballynahinch Olympic on October 10, and kept them within striking distance of second-placed Wellington who lost 5-3 at home to Bloomfield.
"Rathfern should have had the game finished with their chances but we poured the pressure on second half and got the rewards," said Brannigan.
"I love battles with Rathfern, we've gained a lot of friends (with them) over the years."
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Dec 1, 2015|
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