Wilkin delighted to get three more points

Brackley Town manager Kevin Wilkin was delighted to see his side make it back-to-back Vanarama National League North wins at Boston.
Brackley Town's Adam Walker gets his pass away at Boston United. Photo: David DawsonBrackley Town's Adam Walker gets his pass away at Boston United. Photo: David Dawson
Brackley Town's Adam Walker gets his pass away at Boston United. Photo: David Dawson

Saints recorded a fifth win in six visits to York Street after another five-goal affair in which Aaron Williams bagged his seventh successive goal in league and FA Cup games.

Boston manager Adam Murray resigned within hours of the defeat but Wilkin said: “I am delighted with the three points because this is a difficult place to come and win.

“The second half was tougher than we had expected at halftime. The long throw was a real weapon even from the halfway line and they loaded the ball into the box with the swirling wind.

“The penalty gave them a life line and they built up a head of steam so we had to be resilient. Our back three were really excellent and Gaz Dean in particular was outstanding making some towering headers under pressure.”