CIARAN COLL endured a weekend of missed chances last weekend.
The 24-year-old played at left-back for Finn Harps on Saturday night in a scoreless draw against Waterford United at Finn Park.
The following day, the St Johnston native was on the bench assisting his hometown club, Kildrum Tigers, who lost 3-1 to Rathmullan Celtic at Flagpole Park.
Coll, the Harps vice captain, says all is not lost for Ollie Horgan’s team, who have four games remaining.
“I just want us to push on,” he told Donegal Sport Hub.
“We have Wexford and UCD at home. We need one last push now.
“We need to score a few more goals. We just have to win the games we have left. This Division is all about working hard.”
Coll’s uncle, Shane Brown, is the new manager at Kildrum, who were left to reflect on a plethora of squandered chances in a game from which they ought to have taken something.
Coll said: “We could have started a bit better. It doesn’t matter where you’re playing, if you don’t take your chances you won’t win games.
“We got one chance from a set piece we’re working on so hopefully that’ll kick us on.”
Listen to the full interview below …