Caretaker manager Karl Hawley had special words of praise for his Boston United players following Saturday’s 2-0 win at Leamington.
The 35-year-old also praised former manager Adam Murray, who had been unable to guide the Pilgrims to an away league win inside the opening eight matches on the road this season, for his input despite leaving the club a week earlier.
First half goals from Brad McGowan and Ashley Hemmings handed United a deserved away success which was their first on the road in league action since March 18 at Worcester City.
“It’s fantastic for everybody involved in the club and even the ex-manager, because a lot of his hard work went into that,” reflected Hawley. “The boys were fantastic and put in a great shift.
“In the first half, we played some excellent stuff and then in the second half we had to hang on for a little bit but managed to get three points and a clean sheet, which is a bonus.”
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