Steve Housham hails Gainsborough Trinity side after victory over Boston United
Gainsborough Trinity boss Steve Housham says his side have set the standard following their 2-0 victory at Boston United in the County Cup.
The Blues booked a place in the final against Lincoln City with first half goals from Mark Jones and John Williams.
It was a thoroughly deserved victory for Housham’s side, who controlled the game once ex-Boston striker Jones struck after just five minutes.
The Trinity boss has now challenged his side to keep up that level of performance, starting with next Saturday’s Skrill North opener at Vauxhall Motors.
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“We’ve got to keep our feet on the ground, but we’ve set the standard now,” said Housham.
“That is the way we’re going to go, we’re a workmanlike team and that’s what we showed.
“However, we played some good football and controlled the game for long periods.”
Housham reserved special praise for young left-back Josh Lacey. The teenager graduated from Trinity’s under-19 squad and made his senior debut against the Pilgrims yesterday.