A second win in a row came for Skegness Town today when they dispatched AFC Emley 3-0, writes Mitchell Radford.
Following on from the 0-2 win over Harworth Colliery last Saturday, Skegness were looking to build on that result today and they did just that.
It wasn’t until the 39th minute when the game saw its first goal, and as the saying goes ‘like buses, you wait ages for one and then loads come at once’ as Skegness scores in the 40th minute too.
The first goal came when a mistake in the Emley defence allowed Daniel Stevens to run in and score. A minute later, James Wroot doubled Skegness’ advantage with a nice finish. The final goal of the game was scored in the 65th minute when William Britton beat the offside trap and slotted home. A well deserved 0-3 win for Skegness, who have now moved up to 15th in the league and brought a little daylight from the teams below them.
Nathan Collins joint Skegness Town manager shared his views. “Fantastic result against a good Emley side, the work rate of the lads today was very good and we are now starting to show a bit more quality in possession and we have a real goal threat with our attacking players.
“We are under no illusions that it’s really early in the project and we have got a lot of improving to do but it’s another three points on the board, the management team at Emley are great lads and we wish them all the best for the rest of the season.”