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Saturday, 29 June, 2002, 15:17 GMT 16:17 UK
Coleraine draw in Andorra
Gaston opened the scoring at Ballycastle Road last Saturday with a header
Coleraine defender Paul Gaston scored in the first leg
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Sant Julia 2-2 Coleraine

Coleraine secure their place in the second round of the Inter Toto Cup by drawing this first round second leg in Andorra.

The scoreline gives the Bannsiders a 7-2 aggregate victory following their 5-0 win at home last Saturday.

Gareth McAuley equalised for Coleraine with a header five minutes from time after they had trailed 2-1 to a 65th minute goal from Oscar Sangee.

Michael McHugh had put the visitors ahead in the eighth minute.

The striker, who scored in the first leg, pounced on a mistake by Sant Julia goalkeeper Ivan Perianez to fire home.

Bertrand Petit equalised for Sant Julia in the 20th minute with a penalty.

Petit was upended by Coleraine midfielder Ian McCoosh in the box and he got up to beat Davy O'Hare from the penalty spot.

The kick-off in this match was delayed until 1700 BST because of thunder and lightening in Andorra.

It had been due to start at 1600 but the heavy rain made this impossible.

It had looked like the game was going to have to be put back further until Sunday but conditions improved and it kicked off at 1700.

Coleraine have a 5-0 lead from the first leg last Saturday at Ballycastle Road.

Should they manage to finish the job off and get through to the second round they will play Troyes from the Champagne region of France

The Bannsiders are without John Devine, Paul Hegarty and Stephen Beatty, who are on holiday, but new signing Gareth McAuley will make his debut in defence.

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