The league leaders took the points with a fantastic longrange strike by Liam O’Neil five minutes from time. And Bonner said they had really been made to work for their victory.
“It was some goal wasn’t it?” he said. “Liam’s hit that so well, he’s exhausted himself with his celebrations, but it was great to see. I love winning games like that. It’s a brilliant way to do it.
“It’s another clean sheet for us, which was good to see. My goodness, it was a tough game though, really tough.
“The boys are shot to bits in there. The impact from the bench was great, the boys who came on, Joe Ironside and O’Neil, made a big difference for us.
“I’m going to say it, I think we deserved it in the end. You’d like to think the changing room was bouncing, but there’s not enough energy left in there for them to bounce right now. It’s quiet, but we’re all satisfied.”
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