Romford boss happy with win
Boro bounce back after Trophy exit
Paul Martin was delighted to see Romford bounce straight back from FA Trophy defeat to beat Great Wakering in Ryman One North last night.
Paul Kavanagh netted a pair of penalties, while Alex Read grabbed his eighth goal in six appearances in the 3-0 Mill Field triumph.
And, coming on the back of their 3-0 defeat at Boreham Wood, Martin was keen to praise his players.
He said: “It was important to get three points and it was a decent performance after getting knocked out of the Trophy.
“We performed really well and looked a good side.
“We kept the ball well and it was one of our better performances of the season.”
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Boro moved up to fifth as a result and face a trip to Tilbury on Saturday before hosting Redbridge on Tuesday.
Martin added: “We’ve got to concentrate and keep doing things right. We’ve already dropped points against teams near the bottom of the league this season.”