RAPHOE manager Richard Eaton wants his men to find more consistency as the season enters the business period.
Raphoe scored a 2-1 win over Queen’s on Saturday, but Eaton is demanding more from his troops.
Goals by Johnny Long and Tommy Orr gave Raphoe the win after they had fallen behind.
“It was very, very important the way the League is going,” Eaton told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub.
“The match was dead and we were like we were going through the motions.
“We went out and beat Instonians a couple of weeks ago. If we can go out and beat Instonians, why can’t we perform to the same level against the weaker teams?”
Orr riffled in a memorable winner to give Raphoe the maximum points.
Eaton said: “He turned on a sixpence and gave the ‘keeper no time to think. It was in the onion bag before he had time to set.”
Listen to the full interview below …