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Carrick Rangers bemoan penalty rejection as Dungannon Swifts hold on to win

Dec 5, 2021

After only one win in their last eight games, Dungannon Swifts boss Dean Shiels challenged his team to win the next two and he got an instant response. A 2-1 victory over Carrick Rangers was more comfortable than the scoreline suggests and with basement side Warrenpoint Town next up, at Stangmore Park on Tuesday, Swifts fans can finally look upwards. “The players stuck together and we have another opportunity on Tuesday to get three more points,” said Shiels. “Every point has to be earned and had to be earned out there.” Shiels was particularly happy with his side’s first-half performance, capped by a 21st minute goal from Cahal McGinty, and when Darragh McBrien doubled their advantage just four minutes into the second period, it looked game over, such was Swifts’ dominance. The introduction of Emmet McGuckin in place of Jordan Gibson gave Carrick a more physical presence up front and, much to Shiels’ disappointment, forced his side back. “We dropped too deep after our second goal and Carrick are such a difficult team to play against, they are always going to put balls in the box,” he said. “The best way to keep the lead is to keep the ball and pass it but we got into a scrap in the last 15 minutes, so I’m delighted to see it out.” They did concede an 85th minute penalty, after Keith Cowan brought down David Cushley — the Carrick captain got up and converted the spot-kick himself — and were probably fortunate not to concede another in the fifth minute of added time; Cowan again the aggressor, this time pulling back McGuckin. Rangers assistant coach Scott Irvine — standing in for the suspended Stuart King, who was red-carded at Windsor Park in midweek — couldn’t believe a second penalty wasn’t given by referee Raymond Crangle. “I don’t know how it’s not a penalty,” insisted Irvine. “Emmet says he was pulled down, Raymond said there wasn’t enough in it, but the fourth official agreed with me.” Despite that particular frustration, Irvine, though, had to admit they didn’t deserve to get even a point from a second successive disappointing display at Loughview Leisure Arena. “That’s two weeks in a row — same as Warrenpoint last week — we haven’t shown up, yet I thought the boys were super at Linfield,” he added. “We need to make this ground a fortress, but today we didn’t have enough fight, they were two massively avoidable goals and ultimately we got what we deserved.” The first goal came from a Ryan Mayse corner which somehow reached McGinty at the back post and he bundled it over the line and keeper Aaron Hogg was at fault for the second, failing to cut out Mayse’s cross and McBrien, who had to go off injured 20 minutes later, had the simple task of scoring from close range. It was almost three when Kurtis Forsythe’s block from Joe McCready’s shot just went just wide of the post after a Dungannon break but, apart from a Cushley shot well saved by Michael Quinn and a superb defensive headed clearance by McGinty, Carrick just didn’t do enough to halt what is now an increasingly worrying run of results. This was their third successive defeat and, after such an encouraging start when they won three of their first four home games, they are now winless in their last five, losing four. CARRICK: Hogg 5, Forsythe 5, Surgenor 5, Ervin 5, Tilney 5, Anderson 5 (Kalla, 79 mins, 5), Glendinning 5, Gawne 5, Cushley 6, Cherry 5 (E Kelly, 53 mins, 5), Gibson 5 (McGuckin, 53 mins, 6). Unused subs: Shields, Mulholland, Hoy, Quinn. Dungannon: Quinn 6, Coyle 7, C McGinty 7, Cowan 7, McGee 7, Oi Smyth 7, Glynn 7, Campbell 7, Mayse 8 (S McGinty, 90 mins, 5), McBrien 7 (Od Smyth, 69 mins, 6),McCready 7 (Gallagher, 78 mins, 6). Unused subs: Groogan, McAleer, Glenny, Convie. Referee: Raymond Crangle (Bangor) 5 Most Read

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Keith Cowan has made 1 investments. Their latest investment was in CX Technologies as part of their Series A on January 1, 2015.

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Date

Round

Company

Amount

New?

Co-Investors

Sources

1/15/2015

Series A

CX Technologies

$2.89M

Yes

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Date

1/15/2015

Round

Series A

Company

CX Technologies

Amount

$2.89M

New?

Yes

Co-Investors

Sources

3

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