Gainsborough Trinity boss Steve Housham proud of FA Trophy win over Tamworth
Steve Housham spoke of his pride after watching his side earn a deserved FA Trophy win over Tamworth on Saturday.
Gainsborough Trinity's 2-1 victory came thanks to two first half goals from debut man Simon Russell and winger Jamie Yates as the Blues earned a place in the quarter-finals of the competition.
The Blues made a mockery of the Lambs' higher division status in a dominant dispaly at the Northolme. After signing for the club just last week, former Lincoln City man Russell was presented with a glorious chance thanks to a delightful dummy by Darryn Stamp. Russell made no mistake, placing his shot into the roof of the net on 15 minutes.
Just six minutes late, Yates latched on to a long clearance from Jan Budtz before calmly slotting the ball past Tony Breeden in the Tamworth goal.
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"I thought we bossed the game," said Housham after the game. "If you were a neutral you would have thought Gainsborough Trinity were the Blue Square Premier side."
The quarter-finals are due to take place on Saturday, January 26, with the draw taking place later today.