Romford boss happy to get back to winning ways over Ware
Paul Martin pleased with three goals scored
Romford boss Paul Martin was pleased to get back to winning ways at the weekend – even after conceding two sloppy goals.
A brace from Nick Reynolds and Matty Toms header helped Boro to their first win – on the back off a two 4-1 defeats – although Ware did show signs of making a response with goals from Ricci Crace and Anthony Lane.
“Everybody wants to play you when you are on the back of two 4-1s but I was pleased to get back to winning ways,” said Martin.
“The first half performance was good but with three great headed goals, but sloppily we conceded two. It was important to get the confidence back.”
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Boro now moved up to sixth in the Ryman One North table, with 19 points to their name before Sunday’s league clash with Leiston at Mill Field.
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