Danysz: The score line doesn’t reflect the game. It was a lot closer than the score shows

It was an important win for eleventh-placed Rossington Main at Worsborough Bridge Athletic on Wednesday evening in Toolstation NCEL Division One-but Main’s Manager Lee Danysz didn’t feel that the scoreline reflected the balance of play, writes Colin Muncie.

 

After a goalless first half in front of a crowd of 40 at Park Road, second half goals from Jason Stokes (51 mins) Jordan Buckham (87) and Player-Assistant Lee Holmes (90) sealed the points for Rossington.

 

Lee told the Bootiful Game “The score line doesn’t reflect the game. It was a lot closer than the score shows. In the second half we knew they would throw everything at us, and be open and susceptible to the counter. We defended brilliantly tonight. Every single one of the lads put a shift in and I’m pleased with the win overall.

“Good luck to Lee Morris and Dave Taylor, (Worsborough Manager and Assistant) – they’ve done a great job and are in a false position”.

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