Hughes praises ‘en­deav­our and work rate’

Uxbridge Gazette - - Sport -

IN-FORM Isth­mian League South Cen­tral out­fit Hayes & Yead­ing United com­pleted a win dou­ble which took them to the top of the ta­ble.

Af­ter com­pre­hen­sively dis­patch­ing Uxbridge 5-0 in mid­week, Paul Hughes’ side trav­elled to Ware and won 3-1 with two from goal ma­chine Lee Bar­ney and an­other from Dun­can Cul­ley.

Hughes said: “It’s the sec­ond time this year we’ve ar­rived at a club where they’ve not lost at home all sea­son. We matched them for en­deav­our and work-rate and this al­lowed our qual­ity to shine through.

“As long as we keep pay­ing our op­po­nents that ini­tial re­spect, and we match them in those de­part­ments, we will be a very dif­fi­cult team to turn over.

“I was very happy with how many chances we cre­ated. We have a num­ber of dif­fer­ent an­gles to at­tack from, es­pe­cially when you add our wing-backs’ de­liv­ery to the mix.

“The win puts us top which is, of course, great for con­fi­dence lev­els and is just re­ward for the play­ers hard work in train­ing and matches.

“If we want to win things this year then we need to en­joy the graft and en­joy the hard work. From our ex­pe­ri­ence, there are no short­cuts in this game.

“If we keep the cur­rent work ethic and con­tinue to be­lieve in our abil­ity then we will have ev­ery chance of main­tain­ing our cur­rent run of form.”

On Satur­day, Hayes travel to South­ern League Premier Di­vi­sion side Ban­bury Town in the FA Tro­phy sec­ond qual­i­fy­ing round.


United’s Scott Don­nelly in ac­tion for United against Ware

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