Jimmy Ginnelly was delighted with Barwell’s second-half comeback to earn three points against play-off chasing Warrington Town.
Trailing by a solitary goal at the interval, Callum Ball and Declan Towers guided the Canaries to just their second away league win of the season at Cantilever Park.
Speaking after the match, the manager spoke of his pleasure at picking up an important victory on the road for the first time in the league since early October.
Ginnelly said: “I think the lad’s work rate in the second-half and tenacity probably got us the three points.
“We were quite weak in the first-half and looked like we were waiting to be beaten because of our lack of urgency.
“We put in a different performance in the second-half.
“There was a lot of effort, which is key to getting any rewards in football”.
Source: Barwell FC