Top draw Win­gate

The Jewish Chronicle - - SPORT - BY DANNY CARO, SPORTS ED­I­TOR

WIN­GATE & FINCH­LEY boss Adam Lee hailed his team’s “never-say-die at­ti­tude” af­ter the 1-1 home draw against Ry­man League Di­vi­sion 1 North lead­ers AFC Hornchurch on Tues­day.

A late strike from Chris West, who con­verted Craig El­lis’ flick-on, gave the Abra­hams Sta­dium team a vi­tal point.

“When you are one goal down you are never out of a game,” Lee told JC Sport. “The boys stuck to their task and a never-say-die at­ti­tude earned one of our best re­sults of the sea­son.”

Win­gate will be look­ing to ex­tend their four-match un­beaten run to­mor­row when they en­ter­tain bot­tom club Flack­well Heath.

“We must en­sure we don’t slip up. I’m con­fi­dent we will be pro­fes­sional and adopt the right approach.”

Cur­rently ly­ing 10th in the di­vi­sion, “it will be a tall or­der to claim a play­off place, but with 19 games re­main­ing any­thing is pos­si­ble. With the sec­ond best de­fen­sive record in the league we do not fear any­one.”

Else­where, Wales un­der-21 left-back Joe Ja­cob­son has re­turned to Cardiff City fol­low­ing a loan spell at League 2 side Ac­cring­ton Stan­ley where he scored once in seven ap­pear­ances.

St Al­bans City’s Paul Hakim bagged his ninth goal of the sea­son as the Con­fer­ence strug­glers beat Steve­nage 2-1.

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