A superb afternoon for Shirebrook Town yesterday as they had to come back twice against Campion, but eventually ran out 4-2 winners, and with results going for them elsewhere, leap-frogged Yorkshire Amateur into fourth spot.
Campion’s Graham Hall (13) put the hosts in front, however Declan Brewin levelled. Moments later, Talent Ndlovu once again put Campion in front, but eight minutes afterwards Kieran Watson netted his 41st of the campaign.
Brewin had to wait until the second half, but he scored his second and then rounded off his hat-trick in style 15 minutes before time.
Manager Rob Camm was too busy for a forensic analysis and send us this, “Obviously buzzing with the second half showing, was a tough game after Thursday night.”
However, Assistant Manager Jamie Allan donned his press coat for his take on the game, “It took us a while to get going after a huge effort on Thursday and somehow managed to keep ourselves in it.
“Campion are a good team and made us look lethargic. We changed things at half time and the introduction of Mark Robinson gave us a visible lift with his energy and willingness to chase lost causes.
“The front 3 second half were unplayable and Dec Brewin deserved his hat-trick. Most pleasing for Rob and I was the way the lads managed to pull themselves out of a hole and dig in for each other.
“You could see what it meant to the lads at the end. Robs created an amazing camaraderie and spirit here and that has been there for all to see over the last two games.