Monday Aug 25, 2014
Dale Belford's Lambs came back from a goal down at home to Boston United and record their second point of the bank holiday weekend.
Kayden Jackson's 87th minute strike gave his his second of the season and increased his sides points haul to 6 from the opening 5 games.
For Dale's post match thoughts click more.
The squad are going to Hyde, away from home on Saturday 30 August and a supporters coach is travelling to the game.
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"With 12 minutes to go it looked like we could have got nothing from the game despite edging it before the break. Boston possibly had the edge after the restart and Dennis (United manager, Greene) said he thought it was a very open game. It was definitely more exciting than some of the games we played last season.
"And that is how I set us up to play this season as the lads are willing to work for each other and then Kayden popped up with a great run and vital finish right at the end. He is a great prospect and is being watched and giving me selection headaches!
"It was a definite penalty this week and I said to James (Belshaw) that he should have forced him away from the goal but he redeemed himself with the save from the spot kick.
"We are getting closer to a full strength squad with Phil Trainer having played a full game and Kevin Thornton got his second 90 minutes under his belt. Jon Adams declared himself fit on Saturday and came through it but couldn't make it through today , while Shane Clarke was unavailable after breaking his hand.
"So we are getting closer to the finished article and will go again at Hyde on Saturday."