Alan Lindsay is hoping St Pauls Artane can bring their cup form into the league.
Pauls are yet to taste league victory since returning to Premier A this Summer, but have have impressed in the cups.
Indeed, they reached the the last 64 of the FAI Junior Cup on Sunday with an impressive 6-1 win over NEFL side and former Hardwicke defeaters Trim Celtic.
Manager Lindsay claims such a result was coming stressing his side have been more unlucky than poor of late, but regardless he hopes it kick starts a bit of a league turn around.
Speaking to the AUL’s social media page post his sides most recent cup win he said,
“It was a fantastic win because Trim are a good side, they knocked Hardwicke out in the last round. I thought we were outstanding all over the pitch.
“Hopefully we can bring our cup form into the league. We have been doing well in the cups and were are not too far away. We have been a unlucky with some results, but look we will keep working at it and hopefully we will start moving up the league table.
“We are in the Open Draw now, it’s been a while since Pauls have been in the Open Draw. We can get anyone now and we will give it a go.”