The prolific Danny Trott fired in his third hat trick of the season as Grimsby Borough put hosts Rossington Main to the sword, writes Ian Robinson.
The excellent win keeps Borough right on the heels of the top two and Manager Daniel Barrett revealed that he made some key changes to suit the occasion.
“Yesterday was a good result for us and the job was done by half time. We tweaked a few things and changed personnel to suit the game, leaving out a couple that probably deserved to start, but it’s horses for courses and we knew Ryan would have done his homework.”
“The game was bitty to start with and it’s always hard to break a team down when they just keep ten bodies behind the ball. With that being the situation, we let Rossington have the ball and that was their undoing really, as they wasted it and we played off that and scored two goals in close succession, and the game was over. We then got a penalty that was never a foul and that was the final nail in the coffin.”
“The second half was pretty much a ‘don’t concede and look after the result’ sort of half, and there were no real threats. I think our keeper only had to make one save all afternoon.”
Borough return to action next Saturday when they host an improved Parkgate.