The Swans hit 6 for the second game running!
By Wayne Harmes
We travelled to Wellingborough Whitworths today on the back of a great win last week a
Newport Pagnell Town manager Darren Lynch on their 6-1 win against Whitworths:
"We travelled to Wellingborough Whitworths today on the back of a great win last week and I could tell the confidence was high in the changing room as we arrived.
We started off quite well but no real chances in the first 10 mins until Tom Liversedge had a goal ruled out for offside and then Sedge had two good headers saved before deservedly we took the lead when Liam Smyth played Dom Lawless in and he finished to put us 1 up.
We then weathered a bit of pressure but looked dangerous on the break and our second came when Sedge & Dom played a 1-2 on the halfway line for Dom to race through and score his 2nd.
Adam Moussi then made a great run into the box and played a great ball across the 6 yard area for Sedge to tap in our 3rd.
We switched off from the restart allowing them to get in behind us and they pulled one back before a Liam Smyth freekick caused problems and Harry Stratton managed to get to the byline and hook a great cross in and sedge was there to score at the back post to make it 4-1 at halftime.
The second half we knew they were gonna come at us as they had nothing too lose and we managed to defend quite well and we always looked likely to score on the break as we created a few good opportunities to extend our lead but wasn’t as clinical until 15 mins to go when Moussi’s ball found Sedge over the top and he completed his 2nd hat trick in 2 games.
I brought Jake Watkinson on for Tom and he made a instant impact as he flicked the ball over the defenders head before slotting the ball in the far corner to make in 6.
I’m over the moon with the last 2 results and especially the way we’ve played and took our opportunities in front of goal, hopefully I’ll have a few lads back next week and competition for places will be made more difficult for me.
Great headache to have as a manager!"