Lord Nelson Beat Walkington To Go Seventh in the Table

Lord Nelson Beat Walkington To Go Seventh in the Table

was left feeling quite chuffed with himself after he watched the beat 2-1 at .

James Chadburn opened the scoring for the early in the first half. got back on level terms after Ryan Martin converted a spot kick.

But it was the ’s was to have the final say when he came off the bench to score the winner.

Speaking after the game Jackson told .net;

“I am very happy with the result, it was a tough fought game and good derby win.”

“Without question I got my tactics right and the lads all put in a great shift ensuring we came away with all three points. We scored a couple of good goals too and deserved win.”

The gaffer named his skipper, as Man of the Match, for his efforts, he said;

’s danger man and the one that looked like causing us any problems was Adam Bowes but unfortunately the striker never really got look in thanks to a sterling job by Mackevych.”

Given the gulf in the two sides in terms of league position this was a great result for the side against team that featured a host stars including and former City ace .

Victory sees the climb up to seventh place in the . Next weekend they will host St Georges while will host at .

Final Score: The 2 1

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