Coleraine TV highlights from the Bannsiders' 2-0 defeat against Larne can be viewed on the club's YouTube account.
Coleraine TV speaks to Aaron Traynor after the full-back made his first league appearance of the season against Larne.
Oran Kearney speaks to Coleraine TV after the Bannsiders' 2-0 home defeat against Larne.
Watch the key moments, including another brace by David a McDaid, from our 0-2 victory over Coleraine at The Showgrounds in the Danske Bank Premiership.
REACTION: Larne boss Tiernan Lynch gives us his thoughts on today's 2-0 victory away to Coleraine - our first win over the Bannsiders in 16 years.
⏪ | LAST TIME OUT: Coleraine and Larne would meet for a third successive year in the Irish Cup with another classic unfolding at Inver Park…#COTB 👉
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