Harvey praises recovery
Glencairn boss Willie Harvey felt his side did not deserve to be 2-0 down in the match but praised his young team for dominating the second half.
He said:“I felt the two goals we lost were stupid goals. The goalkeeper made a mistake with the first one and the second one, our centre half has slipped out wide. We were disappointed because we thought he’d let the young boy turn him and get across him.
“They are young boys and in the second half I couldn’t praise them enough. I thought they were outstanding with the amount of football we played. I thought we controlled it and dominated the second half.
“I praised them for their character and that they kept working away and doing what we wanted them to do.
“At the end of the day we are disappointed with not winning the game but happy we didn’t lose.
“We’ll still use these cup sessions to give players game time because we have got a big squad and they all need to play and prove their worth.
“Every single player at this club is capable of holding their position down and that’s a good thing.
“We’ve got a couple of wee knocks. Andrew, our physio, will take a look at them throughout the week but we will be changing the team anyway because the boys who were left out will come in to get game time.”