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Stratford Town boss Baillie hails 'fantastic' point at King's Lynn





Stratford Town's head of football Thomas Baillie (far right) directs orders at the Walks Stadium on Saturday. Photo: Steve Wood
Stratford Town's head of football Thomas Baillie (far right) directs orders at the Walks Stadium on Saturday. Photo: Steve Wood

HEAD of football Thomas Baillie was a happy man as Stratford Town claimed a hard-earned point in Saturday's goalless draw at King's Lynn.

Town produced a battling performance in an untidy game where neither goalkeeper had a serious save to make.

It was Stratford's third clean sheet in their last four matches and the Town boss said: “It’s a fantastic point away from home.

“Kings Lynn are a big club in this league with big players and big ambitions, and it is testament to our tremendous work rate that we were able to compete with them as we did.

“It wasn’t the greatest of games with barely a shot on target and only half chances to either side throughout, but we had a gameplan and stuck to it to achieve the result we wanted, and that’s now two wins and two draws in the last four league games.”

Town are back in action on Tuesday night, when they go to Alvechurch in the first round of CSS Southern League Challenge Cup.



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