Burgh still in title hunt
AIDEN Lennon kept Burgh's title charge on track with a wonderful free-kick on Saturday and then insisted he is ready to fight for a regular place in the starting line-up.
The midfielder, who came on as a substitute, revealed his mixed emotions to Gazette Sport after scoring the eighth goal of his Keanie Park career.
The 27-year-old said: "It was a case of fighting to the end at the weekend and grinding out a result and we did that, and to come on to score the equaliser was great.
"I am delighted that we managed to take something from the game and keep pushing up the table.
"Throughout this season so far, we have trained hard and played well, so it is good to see things going for us.
"On a personal note, it has been a tough season as I have not been playing as much as I would hope to be.
"However, the boys are doing great out there and I am delighted to see us picking up points, so you can see why it is hard for me to get in the team.
"Nonetheless, you just need to train hard and hopefully I will get my chance and I will need to take it when it comes.
"Even if it is just 10 minutes, you need to go out and give it your all and show the manager you can do a job for him and I will aim to do that.
"It is tough not being in the team, but as long as we keep doing well, that is the main thing and I will continue to work hard to get into the starting eleven."