Bury Town boss pleased with performances, if not results
- Credit: Lucy Taylor
Results may have gone against Bury Town recently, but there were positives to take out of the defeats, according to Blues manager Ben Chenery.
Prior to last Saturday’s 3-2 win over Maldon & Tiptree, Bury had lost six on the spin – a run that saw their play-off hopes disintegrate.
“We had been on a poor run, but I didn’t thing the performances were poor,” said Chenery, whose side travel to Haringey Borough tomorrow.
“Even at Thurrock where we lost 4-0, we were very good for 25 minutes, until conceding a goal, and then we capitulated.
“All credit to the lads last weekend. We were 1-0 down and went in at half-time 2-1 down, but we settled in the second half and we thoroughly deserved to win.
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“Regan Pelling scored on his full debut, Ollie Fenn was a cool and calm head, and Taylor Bannister came on and used his pace effectively and scored two goals.
“We want to remain moving forwards now and finish the season strong.
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“If we keep doing the simple things well, we will get our just rewards.”