Goals from Craig Aspinall and Josh Dodd made it an impressive three wins on the spin for Armthorpe Welfare as they try and distance themselves from the Division One relegation zone, writes Ian Robinson.
A 2-1 victory at East Yorkshire Carnegie yesterday was a welcome result for Manager Mike Carmody although he didn’t feel the performance was quite at the level it needed to be.
“It was a tough game in difficult conditions but we are very happy with the result which is the most important thing. We’ve played much better this season and been beaten. You know what you’re going to get with Leon’s teams work ethic wise, so you have to match them for that first and foremost. This is something we didn’t do well enough at times and we had our new signing Alfie to thank for keeping them out a number of times.
“That said, we know we weren’t at our most fluent and have more to come but with the quality we possess within the squad, we’ll always have spells where we open teams up.
“It’s then about taking your chances and we scored two wonderful goals though Craig and Josh. We now forget what’s gone and move on to the next game. The players know their responsibilities and are working hard to achieve our goals.”